Definition of facety in English:

facety

adjective

West Indian
  • Rude, arrogant, or excessively bold.

    ‘She thinks she's it, her nose up in the air or looking down it at you. She's well facety!’
    • ‘Agh, these kids were just being facety [cheeky].’
    • ‘They'd be polite to your face even if they don't like it and they'd have to respect you even if they are facety behind your back.’

Origin

Probably from obsolete English facey, perhaps influenced by feisty.

Pronunciation

facety

/ˈfeɪsti/