face to faceLet me have the surprise, when I see it face to face.’
face whenImagine the horror on my beloved's face when he discovered I had in fact flung in the rubbish his much prized and read collection of Guitarist magazines!
face the fact‘Very soon she will have to face the fact that Señor Mitchell will leave.’
face upNeither do they have to face up to it.
face soHis face softened.
now faceIn between the nastiness Derby County and Brentford both chalked up victories and will now face each other in the semi-final.
have to faceNeither do they have to face up to it.