Half-faced

Half´-faced`

    (~fāst`)
a.1.Showing only part of the face; wretched looking; meager.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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When I sat at work I half-faced a deep, upholstered chair which stood at the end of my table, its high back against the wall.
They range in length from Kathleen Jennings's thirteen-page comic strip "A Small Wild Magic" to Sarah Rees Brennan's fifty-seven-page "Wings in the Morning." Teens will bump into the familiar ghosts, vampires, and werewolves, lesser-knowns like harpies and krakens, and unfamiliar monstrosities like the Trinidadian douen (the half-faced embodiment of the soul of an unbaptized child) or the animistic Maori wairua.
Also available is a half-faced male threaded adaptor in ABS for connection to metal valves, which is easily removed and replaced without the necessity of cutting.