JanusRebus brain teasers use words or letters in interesting orientations to represent common phrases.
What rebus is shown by the pair below?
HintThink of a different word (similar meaning) for either of the words above. Then look at the direction each of the words in the pair is turned. The title is also a hint.
A lyre is a type of harp. And the word *harp* is *faced* (turned) in two directions.
Janus, from Roman mythology, was the god of doorways and passages; and is depicted with two faces on opposite sides of his head. We now have a contemporary word, Janus, describing (usually) anybody who is duplicitous or deceitful (two-faced). It also has a less-used connotation of somebody who is both *coming-and-going*.
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