Definition of facety in English:

facety

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Pronunciation: /ˈfeɪsti
 
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adjective

West Indian
  • Rude, arrogant, or excessively bold: She thinks she’s it, her nose up in the air or looking down it at you. She’s well facety!
    More example sentences
    • They'd be polite to your face even if they don't like it and they'd have to respect you even if they are facety behind your back.
    • Agh, these kids were just being facety [cheeky].

Origin

probably from obsolete English facey, perhaps influenced by feisty.

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