Expressionless in a sentence

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Definition of Expressionless

  • Destitute of expression.

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The cold, expressionless, fishy eyes simply looked at her.
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There was an instant of surprised silence on the part of the three, but the Honourable Hilary was the only one who remained expressionless.
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John's voice came up to her again, harsh and expressionless: "He took a bad turn the day before yesterday and has been getting worse ever since.
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Her face was a smooth, brown mask-beautiful to look upon but as expressionless as the dead.
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Dr. Brayle was a dark, slim, clean-shaven man of middle age with expressionless brown eyes and sleek black hair which was carefully brushed and parted down the middle,-he was quiet and self-contained in manner, and yet I thought I could see that he was fully alive to the advantages of his position as travelling medical adviser to an American millionaire.
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Shylock still stands expressionless with Jessica's arms around him.
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She had fair hair, not very abundant, and large eyes; which, since they exhibited the unusual phenomenon, in a blonde, of long dark lashes (Mr. Soames judged their blackness to be natural), would have been beautiful had they not been of too light a color, too small in the pupils, and utterly expressionless.
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Though the butler had preceded them, no names but those of Lady Venetia Danby and Miss Danby had been announced; and when Lady Driffield, a tall effective-looking woman with a cold eye and an expressionless voice, said a short 'How do you do?' and extended a few fingers to David and his wife, no names were mentioned, and Lucy felt a sudden depressing conviction that no names were needed.
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A huge square edifice; windows very high from the ground, not very large, square tops, frame and sash painted white; expressionless roof; flat, helpless chimneys perched upon the outer walls, the course of their flues showing in a crooked stain; at the back side a most humiliated-looking wooden attachment, somewhat unhinged as to its doors and out at the elbows as to its windows, evidently hiding behind the pile of brick and mortar that tries to look dignified and grand, but only succeeds in making a great red blot on the landscape; all the while you know the only homelike portion of the establishment is in the wooden rear part.
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His expressionless face, his eyes open wide with immobile pupils, and the rigidity of his pose, made him look like an immense man-doll broken and flung there out of the way.
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Silent and expressionless, it yet spoke for her; helpless, crushed, and smitten with the Divine thunderbolt, it still stretched an invisible arm around her.
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I didn't know you as I do now,' fell from the expressionless lips.
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The next act was a team of a dozen rats drawing a tiled chariot driven by a stolid coal-black cat with green, expressionless eyes, down an aisle formed by the other cats who sat in solemn contemplation on their tails.
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Mrs. Wheeler's face, except for eyes, was as expressionless as it usually was.
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But that was all, however, for he still gazed alternately at the captain and mate, and the steward who had just ministered to him, with the same fixed, expressionless gaze.
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Just then Ernest Wilton came up and stood by the side of Mr Rawlings, while Seth was rubbing the boy's bared chest vigorously with his brawny hand to hasten the restoration of the circulation; and at that moment Sailor Bill opened his eyes-eyes that were expressionless no longer, but with the light of reason in their hidden intelligence-and fixed his gaze on the young engineer as if he recognised him at once.
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Dante's comes in early youth: Beatrice [87] is a child, with the wistful, ambiguous vision of a child, with a character still unaccentuated by the influence of outward circumstances, almost expressionless.
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Her features, that had seemed too thin and colorless, flushed with excitement, and her blue eyes, which he had thought cold and expressionless, kindled until they became lustrous.
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George's face was expressionless and his voice did not betray his purpose of bantering his diminutive friend.
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So expressionless of any approach to spontaneity were his face and manner.
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Examples of Expressionless

Example #1
He smiled at her so slightly that the angle of the needle-pointed mustaches and imperial was not changed.
Example #2
He entered the little yard, taking off his glossy hat and exposing the rampant toupee.
Example #3
In the room were Mr. Ridout, the capital lawyer, and Mr. Manning, the division superintendent.
Example #4
Hilary was seated, as usual, beside the marble-topped table, which was covered with newspapers and memoranda.
Example #5
The doctors don't expect him to live till morning.
Example #6
She gripped the square rails with her hands until the sharp edges dinted deep into her fingers.