Definition of stony-faced in English:

stony-faced

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adjective

Showing no emotion; impassive: a cold-blooded, stony-faced assassin the foreign minister sat stony-faced and without applauding
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  • Another American, stony-faced and wearing dark glasses, came out and stood close enough to listen.
  • When he occasionally raised his head, the look was one of stony-faced indifference to what was happening around him.
  • A stony-faced Chancellor refused to comment.

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