- n. any plant of the genus Lithops native to Africa having solitary yellow or white flowers and thick leaves that resemble stones
“Retired pro Lee Elder said Tour players need to look like they're having fun "instead of just making people watch a stone-face all the time.”
“Where Ms. Smith's stone-face persona accentuated Prima's zaniness, Ms. Maione's wide-eyed, sweet-voiced innocence made Prima seem even more like a lecherous old satyr, a faun still loaded with vitality and vitriol well into his afternoon.”
“Building 7 was stone-face, like the Empire State building, which has been hit more than once (and suffered fires bigger than #7's) and still stands just fine.”
“After the stone-face Dungy years and the vitriol-spewing Gruden years, it's kind of nice to see a coach who yells in support of his guys and his team.”
“I noticed his cop “stone-face” expression and set jaw.”
“Killaine was suddenly glad that she had what Itazura often called a “stone-face.””
“The dwarf's devious grin disappeared, replaced by a stone-face grimace.”
“I was on a horse once, stone-face, now that I think of it.”
“Gray and impassive, like stone-face giants with thick beards of frost, they regarded him from their aloof vantages.”
“Chow Yun-Fat and Tony Leung and never Li: He's a great stone-face, the Buster Keaton of martial artists.”
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