two-faced

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EtymologyEdit

From two +‎ faced, modelled after earlier English twi-faced.

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AdjectiveEdit

two-faced (not comparable)

  1. (literally) having two faces or plane surfaces
  2. deceitful, duplicitous
  3. hypocritical

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