Similar words: make a face, face to face, call after, prima facie, pull, pull off, pull in, pull out. Meaning: v. contort the face to indicate a certain mental or emotional state.
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1, What are you pulling a face at now?
2, Kathryn pulled a face at Thomas behind his back.
3, She pulled a face to hide her embarrassment.
4, "This tastes horrible, " said Tom, pulling a face at his glass.
5, She glanced at her watch and pulled a face.
6, And she pulled a face back at him.
7, She pulled a face at the speaker.
8, Without meaning to, he pulled a face.
9, The combined effect was horrible. Without meaning to, he pulled a face.
10, Tony jumped from high up,[http://sentencedict.com/pull a face.html] landed heavily and pulled a face.
11, On someone pull a face of the translation, to make faces interpretation pull a face means ...
12, People always keep a distance with those who pull a face all day.
13, Had a Cowlick In Its Hair...And Didn't Pull a Face When Photographed.
14, Number Five: 'if you pull a face and the wind changes direction you'll be stuck that way.' A useful fib to stop kids embarrassing their parents.
15, Germany was the "Bild" reported that after the world know of McCain, who captured the 5-year Navy pilot, in particular, pull a face like tongue.
16, It Had No Opinion About Anything It Had No Habits, It Often Sat Cross-Legged , Took Off Running...Had a Cowlick In Its Hair...And Didn't Pull a Face When Photographed.
More similar words: make a face, face to face, call after, prima facie, pull, pull off, pull in, pull out, pull on, pull up, pull down, face, deface, face-off, pull the plug, defaced, surface, pull through, face up to, lose face, effacement, a far cry, pulse, allay, popular, impulse, opulent, fallacy, collar, fall away.