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[ UK /ɛkspɹˈɛʃənləs/ ]
[ US /ɪksˌpɹɛʃənɫɪs/ ]
  1. deliberately impassive in manner
    deadpan humor
    his face remained expressionless as the verdict was read
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How To Use expressionless In A Sentence

  • His strong face went expressionless as the señora introduced them. T2: INFILTRATOR
  • He read it, keeping his face expressionless, which is something you get used to when you work with John. Remember Me, Irene
  • It is characterized by an expressionless face, slow initiation of motor activity, loss of secondary movements (such as arm swing, which gives the patient a stiff, frozen appearance), and micrographia (handwriting becomes small and choppy). The Neuropsychiatric Guide to Modern Everyday Psychiatry
  • Planting something inside me...' She nodded once, expressionless. NIGHT SISTERS
  • I release her and hold her at arms length, carefully scanning her face, which is expressionless.
  • The eyes, slow of movement and heavy-lidded, were almost expressionless under the shaggy, indrawn brows. A PIECE OF STEAK
  • At home his face is an opaque, expressionless void; at work his mouth is frozen into a terrible, ingratiating rictus of a smile.
  • His voice was monotonous, expressionless and cold, like he'd only just mastered the art of speaking and was none too skilled at it.
  • Psychiatric patients with loss of emotional expression and neurologic patients with motor aprosodia share similar features: expressionless face, monotonous voice, loss of speech rhythm and musicality, loss of emotional gesturing, and apparent absence of mood. The Neuropsychiatric Guide to Modern Everyday Psychiatry
  • Tim Pat stood at the side with his arms folded on his white apron and his face expressionless. WHEN THE SACRED GINMILL CLOSES
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