face-plant

face-plant

vb
(intr) to fall onto one's face, esp when skiing or snowboarding
n
an act or instance of falling onto one's face
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Punchlines face-plant the ground with disconcerting regularity.
One even tripped over his tasseled loafers and did a face-plant in the foliage.
FACE-PLANT Derek Mackay loses it at Snow Factor Braehead.
The Bulls left town for a five-day road trip with visions of the NBA's most violent face-plant lingering in their heads.
The only thing bigger than the peaks are the towering egos of these self-satisfied show-offs who ski, cycle, free jump and occasionally face-plant from the precipices.
The Ducks are coming off a 4-8 face-plant, which included a last-place finish in the North Division (2-7) that resulted in the firing of Mark Helfrich and the hiring of Taggart.
Tenders are invited for Ckrakvidyut Generation Company Limited under Keteepis Podimar face-plant at Korba east and in Phase II and pollution control functions under Risdi ash dyke around the shaft-side filter discharge ballast and sand supply to arrange annual Work .
Apollo astronauts had to face-plant or use a trash picker-like tool to collect rocks.
I often do a face-plant on my keyboard in the afternoon.
The Hark, hark of an afterlife or face-plant in the mud?
Or, as Kostelac puts it, "we did a big face-plant .