Definition of inexpressive in English:

inexpressive

Syllabification: in·ex·pres·sive
Pronunciation: /ˌinikˈspresiv
 
/

adjective

Showing no expression: an inexpressive face
More example sentences
  • Unfortunately it was merely the not inconsiderable technical prowess of his dancers that Page showed off in his emotionally inexpressive choreography.
  • By nature, Jenn was inexpressive about her emotions and valued her private time.
  • The black and white art greatly contrasts with the open and expressive looks of Sana and the inexpressive looks of Hayama.
Synonyms
inscrutable, unreadable, blank, vacant, glazed, glassy, lifeless, deadpan, wooden, stony;

Derivatives

inexpressively

Pronunciation: /ˈˌinikˈspresəvlē, ˈˌinekˈspresəvlē/
adverb
More example sentences
  • After all that spilling from MaryAnn, one would expect Anne to be inexpressively happy for MaryAnn right?
  • One cannot help but be moved inexpressively by her picture.
  • He met Augustine F. Dwyer, the Catholic cleric who has become a Protestant, which inexpressively distressed him.

inexpressiveness

noun
More example sentences
  • Perhaps these actors' facial inexpressiveness actually adds to their ‘tough-guy’ appeal?
  • At times Yun's inexpressiveness masks a mischievous sense of humour.
  • Traditional masculinity has also been found to be associated with emotional inexpressiveness in general, and with higher thresholds of pain specifically.

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