make faces (at someone)(redirected from made faces at someone)
make faces (at someone)
To make distorted, silly, or humorous facial expressions (at someone), usually for one's own or someone else's amusement, or as a show of disgust. Jimmy, quit making faces at Sarah this instant and pay attention! Mom, tell Billy to quit making faces, he's really annoying me!
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(at someone) Go to make a face (at someone).
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pull/make ˈfaces/a ˈface (at somebody/something)produce an expression on your face to show that you do not like somebody/something or in order to make somebody laugh: What are you pulling a face at now? ♢ The little girl stood outside the window of the cafe making faces at everybody. ▶ ˈface-pulling noun: He amazed the audience with his silent mime and face-pulling performance.
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