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fronting

adjective as in pointing

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For some reason, the former-reality star is still fronting a ton of glossies (she covers the April issue of Allure).

In the cemetery fronting the chapel, the surrounding fortification offers temporary and economical burial vaults.

Fronting directly on the street is a two-storey wall, pierced by two doorways: entrance and exit to the compound.

Some had extensive reporting experience, as Crowley does, but they were accustomed to fronting television shows.

David Cameron owns a modest farmhouse fronting the quiet road through the tiny hamlet of Dean, five miles from Chipping Norton.

Fifteen years prior to the commencement of our story, Dorothy had been found by farmer Rushmere on the wild common fronting them.

The houses rise in terraces up the sharp hillside fronting the harbor, which was literally a forest of fishing-boat masts.

Oban is modern, a place of many and excellent hotels fronting on the bay.

The rectory, which is directly by the church, is a very old building, though it has been modernized on the side fronting the road.

For two or three miles fronting the beach there is a row of hotels, some of them most palatial.

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On this page you'll find 81 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to fronting, such as: adverse, antagonistic, antithetical, contradictory, differing, and paradoxical.

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

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