[oh-puh n-feyst] /ˈoʊ pənˈfeɪst/

having a frank or ingenuous face.
Also, open-face. designating an open sandwich.
(of a watch) having the dial covered only by the crystal.
having an ingenuous expression
(of a watch) having no lid or cover other than the glass


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