Thesaurus / two-faced
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Sacrifices of cake, wine, and incense were to be made to the two-faced god who looked forward and backward.

Yule-Tide in Many LandsMary P. Pringle and Clara A. Urann

His tribe got suspicious of him; they thought he was two-faced, so shot him, as they did his father before him.

And she put her two-faced head, now on one side, now on the other, ingratiatingly.

They make to themselves a two-faced idol, one of these faces being called nature, and the other humanity.

The Heavenly FatherErnest Naville

What sort of a two-faced scoundrel is this Hooligan, that he helps criminals in such work?

Motor Matt's Daring RescueStanley R. Matthews

Like the two-faced Jannet, as Mrs. Murchison had once called that heathen deity, she kept the benignant aspect for him.

Mammon and Co.E. F. Benson

"If I do—I won't be two-faced about it," she soliloquized, and a hot blush flamed her cheeks.

“I should know you again in twenty years; you are not a two-faced person, like me,” she retorted.

The mob made a two-faced effigy, which was dragged in a cart through the streets, a band of rough music playing the Rogue's March.

Jan′uform, two-faced; Jan′us-faced, double-dealing: deceitful.

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