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(intransitive) To confront (each other).
1889, face + off.
Instead of preparing to face off the vamp, she floated upwards.
It's a volatile time, and you'll face off against both the samurai and legendary ninja.
When the two face off the screen almost pulsates with the pure energy of their combined presence.
The most famous one of these includes a woman falling on her face off a platform after trying to cheat at a grape stomping competition.
The winner can face off against a new player or you can choose two new numbers to continue.
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