|washcloth, cloth for washing the face||facecloth|
|(British spelling for complectional) of facial complexion, of the appearance of the skin and face; of the state of things, of the current situation||complexional|
|(British) cigarette butt, last and worst part of something, remnant of cloth||fag end|
|(British) thick woolen cloth for overcoats; coat made of this cloth||fearnought|
|(British) type of hat that covers the head face and shoulders (worn in extremely cold weather), knitted cap||balaclava|
|(Catholicism) ceremonial washing of the hands; psalm recited during the hand washing ceremony; basin and towel used during a ceremonial hand-washing, basin attached to a wall, place for washing in a monastery, religious ritual||lavabo|
|(from French) washing or bathing; enema||lavement|
|(Internet) type of icon in the shape of a face that show emotions and expressions like a human face (such as a smiley face)||Emoticon|
|a trademark for a brand of outerwear, especially waterproof cloth raincoats and accessories||Burberry|
|about-face, position change||volte-face|
|abseil, descend a mountain face by sliding down a rope which is attached to a body harness and fastened to an overhead projection, descend by rope, descent by rappelling||rappel|
|absorbent baby clothing, absorbent cloth worn by babies (as underpants), decorate with diaper pattern, fabric with diaper pattern, nappy, pattern of small motifs, put a diaper on, put diaper on baby||diaper|
|absorbent cloth, dishtowel, dry somebody with towel, piece of fabric used to dry things, wipe or dry with a towel||towel|
|accept the facts, be encountered by somebody, be looking at somebody or something, boldness, come up against somebody or something, countenance, dial on clock or instrument, expect something bad, face makeup, false appearance, front of head, front part...||face|
|accepted value of currency, allocated standard score, average, average level, equal status or level; face value of a currency compared to a foreign currency as measured by its worth in precious metals (Finance)||par|
|accumulate in a body part, business trust, collective resource, communal fund; treasury, general financial fund; any of a number of games played on a cloth covered table with cues and balls, billiards, deep part of water, form a pool, form of billiards...||pool|
|accurate, clothes needing special washing and drying, easily offended, fine, fragile, easily broken; sensitive, frail, needing tact, refined, skillful, subtle||delicate|
|aching pain, article of clothing, bind pages, close wound, complete movement of a threaded needle through cloth or other material; single loop of yarn (Knitting); particular method of sewing; sudden intense pain; bit, small amount; piece of clothing, l...||stitch|
|acne rosacea, chronic skin disorder characterized by red blemishes on the nose and forehead (Medicine), skin disease of the face||rosacea|
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