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- n. The expression or countenance that seems to an onlooker to be represented by the appearance of a person's face, resulting from specific use of that person's facial muscles.
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- n. the feelings expressed on a person's face
- n. a gesture executed with the facial muscles
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Erick talks excitedly about his recent trip to Disney World, but his blank, emotionless facial expression contradicts his mood and puzzles his conversation partners.
This plan has already been tested on a certain Mr. Napoléon and simply involves pouring a certain powder into the open mouths of the … of the … Nilly’s facial expression changed as his hand searched around frantically inside his uniform.
Dr. Gail smiled—if you could call such a condescending facial expression a smile.
“How do you know the first thing about the meaning of a facial expression inherently inhuman?