What does 'Long face' mean?
Meaning: Someone with a long face is sad or depressed about something.
Contributor: Malou gianan
Country: International English | Subject Area: Body and bodily functions | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
- Long in the tooth
- In your face
- About face
- On the face of it
- Fly in the face of
- Face value
- In the face of
- Keep a straight face
- Straight face
- Put on a brave face
- Written all over your face
- Lose face
- Save face
- Smack in the face
- Cut off your nose to spite your face
- Face only a mother could love
- Can't see your hand in front of your face
- Wipe the smile of someone's face
- Plain as the nose on your face
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