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See also: baby face
babyface (plural babyfaces)
- Alternative form of
- 1989, Bruce Lincoln, “The Dialectics of Symbolic Inversion”, in Discourse and the Construction of Society: Comparative Studies of Myth, Ritual, and Classification, Oxford, Oxfordshire; New York, N.Y.: Oxford University Press, →ISBN, part III (Classification), page 158:
- [Jim] Freedman began his analysis by noting two important facts about professional wrestling: First, that heels triumph considerably more often than do babyfaces and, second, that they triumph by different means, relying on secret holds, sly managers, secret weapons, and illegal maneuvers, whereas babyfaces trust to their physical abilities and athletic training alone.
- 2007 October, Dave Batista [i.e., Dave Bautista]; with Jeremy Roberts, “Evolution”, in Batista Unleashed, New York, N.Y.: Pocket Books, →ISBN, page 127:
- A babyface’s success depends a great deal on the heels he’s facing. It’s all in how you make them look. A good heel will make your babyface look like Superman.
- A face resembling that of a baby; a youthful face, a baby face.
- A person having such a face, a baby face.
Declension of babyface