faces

Faces vs Pictures - What's the difference?

faces | pictures |


As nouns the difference between faces and pictures

is that faces is while pictures is or pictures can be (dated|british) the cinema.

As verbs the difference between faces and pictures

is that faces is (face) while pictures is (picture).

Faces vs Bases - What's the difference?

faces | bases |


As verbs the difference between faces and bases

is that faces is (face) while bases is .

As a noun faces

is .

Faces vs Diffs - What's the difference?

faces | diffs |


As nouns the difference between faces and diffs

is that faces is while diffs is .

As verbs the difference between faces and diffs

is that faces is (face) while diffs is (diff).

Faces vs Experiences - What's the difference?

faces | experiences |


As nouns the difference between faces and experiences

is that faces is plural of lang=en while experiences is plural of lang=en.

As a verb faces

is third-person singular of face.

Butts vs Faces - What's the difference?

butts | faces |


As nouns the difference between butts and faces

is that butts is plural of lang=en while faces is plural of lang=en.

As verbs the difference between butts and faces

is that butts is third-person singular of butt while faces is third-person singular of face.

Urine vs Faces - What's the difference?

urine | faces |


As nouns the difference between urine and faces

is that urine is urine while faces is .

As a verb faces is

(face).

Sides vs Faces - What's the difference?

sides | faces |


As nouns the difference between sides and faces

is that sides is while faces is .

As verbs the difference between sides and faces

is that sides is (side) while faces is (face).

Faces vs Phases - What's the difference?

faces | phases |


As nouns the difference between faces and phases

is that faces is plural of lang=en while phases is plural of lang=en.

As a verb faces

is third-person singular of face.

Face vs Faces - What's the difference?

face | faces |


As nouns the difference between face and faces

is that face is the front part of the head, featuring the eyes, nose, and mouth and the surrounding area while faces is plural of lang=en.

As verbs the difference between face and faces

is that face is to position oneself or itself so as to have one's face closest to (something) while faces is third-person singular of face.

Faces - What does it mean?

faces | |

is likely misspelled.


has no English definition.

As a noun faces

is plural of lang=en.

As a verb faces

is third-person singular of face.

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