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faced

slang Drunk. A shortening of "shit-faced," meaning the same. Do you remember last night at the bar at all? You were really faced!
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faced

1. mod. alcohol intoxicated. (From shit-faced.) Lord, is he faced!
2. mod. rejected by a member of the opposite sex. (Collegiate. Probably also from shit-faced.) I’ve been faced again, and I hate it!
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They are not faced with genocide" (4)--or with the political demand to consider suicide.
Both characters have faced death, personally and through another, and their refusal to forget constitutes revolutionary suicide.
There the crew documented the challenges women faced. Mehria and the other young female journalists did not cover their faces as conservative Muslim women do.
Despite the turmoil her country has faced, Mehria now has high hopes for a better future.
Another issue I faced online was the fine line instructors walk between becoming authoritarian through too much guidance and failing students through lack of interaction.