double-faced

[duhb-uhl-feyst]
adjective
1.
practicing duplicity; hypocritical.
2.
having two faces or aspects.
3.
having two usable sides, especially two sides designed to be used in the same manner: double-faced adhesive tape.

Origin:
1565–75

double-facedly [duhb-uhl-fey-sid-lee, -feyst-] , adverb
double-facedness, noun
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double-faced
 
adj
1.  (of textiles) having a finished nap on each side; reversible
2.  insincere or deceitful

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Example sentences
Mounted at a right angle to the wall, these single or double-faced signs are available with your choice of copy or graphic symbol.
The double-faced tape to secure the shrink-wrap in place has not been tested with chemical agents.
Generally, one double-faced sign will be required on the primary street frontage.
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