- 1Having two faces: a double-faced clockMore example sentences
- The double-faced clock is mounted on the front of the old fire station on Victoria Road, next to the town's bus station.
- If we were really lucky we got to go in through the rotating doors under the Selfridges double-faced clock.
- The double-faced clocks, which inexorably mark the time limits for tournament chess players, ticked off the carefully allotted seconds at Havana's Capablanca Chess Club.
- 1.1Tending to say one thing and do another; deceitful.More example sentences
- Avoid being double-faced in any area of life, as you don't gain from it.
- Avoid being political or double-faced in any area of life.
- No one can get away with such a double-faced game.
- 1.2(Of a fabric or material) finished on both sides so that either may be used as the right side.More example sentences
- Coach's iconic double-faced cotton twill fabric, contrasting with the fun fashion colours in the interiors of the bags, is complete with a chunky Soho buckle.
- Fabrics include gold embroidered saris and double-faced cloths with tiny mirrors sewn into the fabric.
- It is made from a double-faced fabric so it can be worn next to the skin and contains 50 per cent extrafine Merino wool fibre.
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