expressionlessness love



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  • n. The state of being without an expression.


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  • From the very expressionlessness of his tone, Beth began to get a most horrible feeling.


  • The bartender nods, she has perfected expressionlessness to an art.

    Hollywood Savage

  • She seems to be maybe in a lot of denial but at least she ` s not in the mopey scary sort of mode where there ` s an expressionlessness (ph) on her face.

    CNN Transcript Jan 18, 2008

  • Segel: There was this built-in expressionlessness because he couldn't move his mouth properly.

    Knocked Up: Pregnant Pause (2007)

  • England which he had loved so bitterly, bitterly — and now was leaving, alone, and with a feeling of expressionlessness in his soul.


  • Dannette switched her glare back to Tiffany, and for a moment, it was a battle of wills -- Dannette angry, challenging; Tiffany striving for bland expressionlessness.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • Spock's absolute expressionlessness was more eloquent than any words.

    My Enemy My Ally

  • The surface was restoring its dignified expressionlessness, and the trout were slapping on the Nivea again.

    Country of the Blind

  • Dorcas, her Athene countenance frozen into expressionlessness; Kam Ryan's full lips quirked a bit upward, defiantly cheerful; Carita Fenger a-scowl; Juan Yoshii and Laurinda Brozik unable to keep from glancing at each other, hand gripping hand; Arthur Tregennis, who seemed almost as concerned about the girl; Ulf Markham, well apart from the rest, masked in haughtiness-Ulf Reichstein Markham, if you please ....

    Inconstant Star

  • It was the expressionlessness that did it, along with that air of power, readiness, and competence.

    The Trellisane Confrontation


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