slang for the day…

front \FRENT\ vi front*ed; front*in or front*ing [ME, fr. OF, fr. L front, frons] 1.  to put on a false appearance, conceal under pretense, cover up, deny, lie “He fronted like he was royalaty”  2: to disrespect  3: to confront engage

“Don’t front like you’ve been flossing — gum disease tells the truth.”

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