Definition of expressionless in English:

expressionless

Syllabification: ex·pres·sion·less
Pronunciation: /ikˈspreSHənləs
 
, ekˈspreSHənləs
 
/

adjective

(Of a person’s face or voice) not conveying any emotion; unemotional: her face was expressionless
More example sentences
  • In all the other passport style photos I had done I was always trying not to smile and just look expressionless.
  • In these, and all matters, Laursen's expressionless tone and apparent insouciance can be misleading.
  • On stage, as the band around him rocks the crowd, he stands there motionless, expressionless.
Synonyms
inscrutable, deadpan, poker-faced;
glazed, stony, wooden, impassive
dull, dry, toneless, monotonous, boring, tedious, flat, wooden, unmodulated, unvarying, devoid of feeling/emotion

Derivatives

expressionlessly

adverb
More example sentences
  • His communications director was silently omnipresent, staring expressionlessly at his shoes for the duration of many of the prime minister's speeches.
  • She looks back expressionlessly for a moment, looks back at the commanding stranger with his cruel, impatient face.
  • The three captains that stood before him stared off at the wall behind himself expressionlessly, but the lieutenant could feel their fear, radiating from them the way heat radiated from a living body.

expressionlessness

noun
More example sentences
  • Her eyes were wide open and crystal clear, but instead of the warmth of lucidity, they burned with the ice of expressionlessness.
  • His face was finely boned and almost feminine but its utter expressionlessness dared someone - anyone - to have the guts to call him girly.
  • Alexis's face slipped back into it's normal expressionlessness.

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