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So her nouveau is a poignant expression not just of this year’s harvest, but of the year itself.

Disembodied heads appear to be literally detached in several photos that simulate decapitation, a chilling visual expression of death.

It’s part of a movement to stop reflexively dismissing culture created for and by teenage girls and to instead celebrate that culture as its own form of aesthetic expression.

From Vox

The systems then try to find a correlation between the quantity and quality of these expressions and voting patterns.

From Fortune

Now, anticipating a month that could bring about even more unrest, she harbors the same steady focus on the importance of free expression.

Zaun sat on the bleachers with distraught looking supporters, his face set expressionless but colored crimson red.

At the time Milke entered death row, she was 26 years old,  tall and slender with expressionless blue eyes and permed brown hair.

At the defense table, Sandusky stared expressionless at the former cop.

One group known as Total Black was particularly ominous, dressed in all black with only their expressionless faces exposed.

In photographs, he says, she sports one of those “blank, expressionless faces” that lack variety and emotion.

Two expressionless faces, two pairs of unresponsive eyes, met his merry glance.

“We will go back to the hotel,” repeated her husband, in his expressionless tones.

He gazed into the baby face, which, in its expressionless placidity, almost recalled her mother's tranquil sweetness.

Its power was surely unnatural, and, combined with his now expressionless face, made upon her an effect that was painful.

Scattergood leaned forward, his round face, with its bulging cheeks, as expressionless as some particularly big and ruddy apple.


On this page you'll find 26 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to expressionless, such as: deadpan, impassive, inscrutable, vacant, dead, and dull.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.