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fronted

verb as in look out on to

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The company increasingly relied on Lenders Funding LLC, a firm that fronted cash at an interest rate of 35 percent.

It was fronted by what looked like a heavily reinforced bank vault door.

The band Swamp Cabbage is a blues-rock act fronted by singer/guitarist Walter Parks that sound a bit like ZZ Top.

Reporters call it "the fishbowl": the building is curved, and the entire area is fronted by glass.

Sailors is – or rather, was – a sultry blonde who was signed by the prestigious Ford Models and fronted a Bacardi campaign.

Centurus aurifrons dubius (Cabot): Golden-fronted Woodpecker.

The cape is fronted by several rocky shoals, and ought not to be approached within four miles.

It is fronted by rocks, but they do not appear to extend more than two miles from the shore.

Between the cape and Point Swan, there is a sandy bay, fronted by a bed of rocks.

The beach of the bay is fronted by coral rocks, but affords easy landing in all parts, particularly at high water.

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On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to fronted, such as: overlook, overlay, confront, cover, face, and meet.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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