It’s a noun, it’s a verb, and it’s related to “fact”!

• 1.004 good-natured faces,
• 1.058 in the face,
• 1.080 And men looked up with faces pale;
• 1.097 As soon as I saw your funny faces on the door-step,
• 2.043 from the great heavy faces of them,
• 2.079 in Thorin’s face.
• 3.033 in face as an elf-lord,
• 5.012 in his thin face.
• 5.035 in a blue face
• 5.035 Saw an eye in a green face.
• 6.082 their talons tore at goblin faces.
• 7.032 and looked at them intently with very intelligent faces;
• 7.045 It faced south
• 8.004 and longed for the feel of wind on their faces.
• 8.033 Bombur slept on with a smile on his fat face,
• 8.043 and on his face;
• 8.071 and their faces
• 9.035 still happily snoring with smiles upon their faces.
• 9.035 There would be a different expression on the face of the chief guard next day,
• 11.014 which turned north across the face of the Mountain.
• 11.019 in the smooth face of the rock
• 12.008 but his little face was set
• 13.002 I must feel the wind on my face soon or die.
• 13.009 There he lay face downwards on the floor
• 13.023 and brushed his face.
• 13.050 and to feel the wind on my face.
• 13.066 but backed to the North by a rocky face
• 14.028 his black hair hung wet over his face
• 15.046 and grim of face,
• 17.031 and their faces were grim.
• 17.059 facing every way,
• 19.020 as the rain beat into his face.
• 19.027 He mopped his face with a red silk handkerchief –

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