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grim-faced Line breaks: grim-faced

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Definition of grim-faced in English:

adjective

Having a very serious or gloomy expression: grim-faced security personnel
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  • There is a hefty gate, a squad of police officers, a security firm and a three-mile drive between the wedding party and the grim-faced media.
  • Grim-faced employees leaving the plant this morning after their night shifts would not comment on the announcement.
  • The folks in the court are also saying the jury seemed really grim-faced, very upset.

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