. v. a.
T. du Jeu de la bassette. Amener pour face une carte qui est la même que celle sur laquelle un joueur a mis son argent. Il m'a facé d'abord. J'ai été facé trois fois.

FACÉ, ÉE. participe

L'Academie francaise. 1835.

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