Thesaurus / head-on
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The Author snarled to me that she laughed like a rolling-mill and reasoned like a head-on collision.
A WOMAN NAMED SMITHMARIE CONWAY OEMLER
The thought suddenly occurred to him that the best way to meet the twister would be head-on.
It struck him head-on as he swam, and he went under the brown waters.
Then it was that the Richard rose to the occasion and demonstrated her natural ability to cope with a head-on sea.
EL DIABLOBRAYTON NORTON
After all, he and I had been friends at one time, and the present situation held no brief for head-on, personality clashes.
ATTRITIONJIM WANNAMAKER
If there are blocks, it can be helpful to meet them head-on.
An amateur, who happened to be on the spot with a kodak, made over $200 out of a head-on railroad-collision.
MAKING YOUR CAMERA PAYFREDERICK C. DAVIS
The embarrassment met his sterner mood in a head-on collision, so that for a moment the impulsive speech failed him.
THE LEOPARD WOMANSTEWART EDWARD WHITE
She looked like a head-on collision between a fashion plate and a nightmare.
ANNE OF AVONLEALUCY MAUD MONTGOMERY
Say, I said, did you come close to anybody in that head-on attack?
TEST PILOTDAVID GOODGER (GOODGER@PYTHON.ORG)

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