expressionlessly love



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  • adv. Without expression; in an expressionless way.


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  • I met his eyes and said, "No," as expressionlessly as I could, and nothing more.

    Binky Philips: Last Minute Shoplifting

  • Earl Parker eyed him expressionlessly, touched the corner of his mouth, then studied the blood on his fingers.

    Gideon’s war

  • "It's 'is liver," whimpered Chesney, as his beloved confidante panted expressionlessly on his makeshift tumour-mattress.

    World of Lather

  • One of them, armored with a bulletproof vest, is assigned as our designated guard; he stands expressionlessly at the front of the bus as we drive by barbed-wire-enclosed minefields and the open fields of the DMZ area known as Panmunjom.

    War Tour

  • Felix watched expressionlessly as Phipps got into his car and drove off.

    Unearthly Asylum

  • When she located Thia Pendriel, her other great enemy, the councillor expressionlessly lifted Claudia into sight.

    The Night Of the Solstice

  • Finishing off with a sense of relief the knot that would hold the bandage in place, she straightened away from him only to discover that he was looking at her quite expressionlessly.


  • Anne Baxter remembered how Brynner, “expressionlessly arrogant,” would thrust out an arm with his first and second fingers in a victory sign, into which his gofer would slide an already lit cigarette.

    Empire of Dreams

  • The lobby guard was watching him expressionlessly, and after failing to come up with a legitimate reason to go after her, Scarsford left.


  • I looked expressionlessly back, resigned to the usual abuse.

    They didn’t read Pitchfork or Stereogum or Gorilla vs. Bear or Hipster Runoff


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