Synonyms for frontal

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For their submarines are useless in frontal attack against our shores!

Anticus: frontal; belonging to or directed toward the front.

Frontal: referring to the front of head or anterior aspect of any part.

Superposed: placed one above the other, as the frontal tufts in some moths.

McDowell was making a frontal attack and sending in his brigades piecemeal.

Or could you deduce from the existence of frontal horns that the animal ruminates?

It is when he talks about ‘frontal elevations’ and ‘ground plans’ that he irritates me.

The frontal portion of each of them revealed the outline of a porpoise.

Then the frontal attack in force and the gun-fire from behind.

Her strategy had been too subtle: she would try a frontal attack.

WORD ORIGIN

1650s, of the forehead; 1971 with reference to the naked body; from Modern Latin frontalis, from front-, stem of frons "brow, forehead" (see front). Or in some cases probably from front (n.) + adjectival suffix -al (1).

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