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[en-feys] /ɛnˈfeɪs/

verb (used with object), enfaced, enfacing.
to write, print, or stamp something on the of (a note, draft, etc.).
to write, print, or stamp (something) on the of a note, draft, etc.
(transitive) to write, print, or stamp (something) on the face of (a document)


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