Definition of facade

Common misspellings:
  • facaud (0.0%)
  • facede (5.9%)
  • fasade (5.9%)
  • fascad (0.0%)
  • faqade (0.0%)
  • ficade (0.0%)
  • faccade (0.0%)
  • facod (0.0%)
  • facide (0.0%)
  • fascade (54.9%)
  • fasaud (0.0%)
  • fasaude (0.0%)
  • fasad (3.9%)
  • facde (0.0%)
  • faciad (0.0%)
  • facaed (0.0%)
  • facad (15.7%)
  • facard (0.0%)
  • fassade (0.0%)
  • fiscade (0.0%)
Misspellings percentages are collected from over 15,411,110 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jun 2012.
Examples of usage:
  1. He stopped in front of a building whose squat brick facade was lettered with the reassuring sobriquet of its proprietor - The Bronze Bell by Louis Joseph Vance

  2. There facing the avenue was the sumptuous Renaissance facade with eight lofty windows on each of its upper floors there inside was the hall all bronze and marble conducting to the spacious ground floor reception rooms which a winter garden prolonged and there up above occupying all the central part of the first floor was Seguin's former cabinet the vast apartment with lofty windows of old stained glass - Fruitfulness Fecondite by Emile Zola

  3. People were beginning to come from Hanbridge Knype Longshaw Turnhill and villages such as Moorthorne to gaze at that facade - The Old Wives' Tale by Arnold Bennett