- a major change in attitude or principle or point of view
"an about-face on foreign policy"
- act of pivoting 180 degrees, especially in a military formation
- turn, usually 180 degrees
- About, face!
- We should discuss about it face to face with the director.
- A person's face tells a great deal about his character.
- In about 20 minutes she made up her face.
- But I will always be honest with you about the challenges we face.
- Whatever you say about me, say it to my face, not behind my back.
- I can't believe Tom lied to my face about what happened.
- He was about to apologize when the man punched him in the face.
- These things are much better spoken about face to face so that we can draw diagrams and demonstrate timings on logic analyzers and oscilloscopes where necessary.
- On TV someone with a serious look on his face is talking about the problems of our country's future.
- I'd stop worrying about it and take some action. The anxiety that comes from doing nothing is worse than any danger you might face.
- I'm going to speak to you with utmost candor so I want you to take everything I'm about to say at face value.
- Women really are quite dangerous. The more I think about this, the more I'm able to understand the reasoning behind face covering.
- The teacher was about to finish the useless discussion, when his face was hit by a blow from a pupil's fist.
- Neither be cynical about love; for in the face of all aridity and disenchantment it is as perennial as the grass.