front

All Noun Adjective
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  • Do you believe that the people in front of you are living?
  • The money was returned the next day in front of the press.
  • This project introduced the terms front end, middle end, and back end.
  • The house has a south-facing front which is in its original condition.
  • The girl showed them into the front drawing-room and asked them to sit down. Cited from The Imperialist, by Sara Jeannette Duncan
  • The difference can also be felt by holding the hand in front of the lips.
  • Also, because they're the front line of what we came to call the class war.
  • His eyes are wide and his right hand raised, palm open towards the front.
  • Each line is displayed with a line number in front of it.
  • They were worn with pride as a sign of having served front line duty.
  • She was at the window of the front drawing room. Cited from For Woman's Love, by Mrs. E. D. E. N. Southworth
  • You'll find me sitting on your front door-step every morning, ready to take orders. Cited from The Slim Princess, by George Ade
  • She supposed they would have gone into the front drawing-room; she would go into the back. Cited from The Grandissimes, by George Washington Cable
  • You should go to the front and see with your own eyes what food and clothing the soldiers have!
  • What would have formerly been a system bus is now often known as a front-side bus.
  • Elements can be added to the back of the list and removed from the front in constant time.
  • To the front objects are painted, such as trees or a boat.
  • I asked him how to die in front of the camera.
  • Although he had never seen action himself, he won the respect of front-line commanders.
  • They sat out on the front door-step. Cited from By the Light of the Soul, by Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
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Meaning of front

  • noun The side that is forward or prominent
  • noun The outward appearance of a person
    he put up a bold front
  • noun The side that is seen or that goes first
  • noun A sphere of activity involving effort
    the Japanese were active last week on the diplomatic front, they advertise on many different fronts
  • noun (meteorology) the atmospheric phenomenon created at the boundary between two different air masses
  • noun The part of something that is nearest to the normal viewer
    he walked to the front of the stage
  • verb Be oriented in a certain direction, often with respect to another reference point; be opposite to
    The house looks north, My backyard look onto the pond, The building faces the park
  • verb Confront bodily
    breast the storm
  • adjective Relating to or located in the front
    the front lines, the front porch