countenance[ koun-tn-uhns ]SEE DEFINITION OF countenance
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COUNTENANCE
They were both silent for a few moments; and Eudora's countenance was troubled.
He gazed on the bright landscape, as if it had been the countenance of a friend.
Stern displeasure was visible in the countenance of the great sculptor.
"Dearest Philothea, I scarcely know his countenance," replied the maiden.
"His countenance and his voice troubled me, like the presence of evil," answered Philothea.
Suddenly his countenance shone with a strange and impressive beauty.
With an undefined feeling of awe, she looked in the countenance of her friend.
Eudora's countenance kindled with indignation, as she listened to what Milza had told.
For myself I beg your tolerance, your countenance and your united aid.
His countenance is mild and pleasant, and has a highly intellectual expression.