Definition of inexpressive in English:

inexpressive

Line breaks: in|ex¦pres|sive
Pronunciation: /ɪnɪkˈsprɛsɪv
 
, ɪnɛk-/

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.
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inexpressively

adverb
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  • 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
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  • 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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