grimace[ grim-uh s, gri-meys ]SEE DEFINITION OF grimace
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GRIMACE
He repeated the words with a grimace of exasperation: "My name!"
The baby made a grimace at him which was hideous but lovely.
Only his lips moved slightly, as if he were making a grimace.
Tubby made a grimace, and then seemed to be ashamed of his selfishness.
But the others made a grimace, as they banged down their irons.
He seemed to be making comparisons in his mind as his lips formed a grimace.
"Unfortunately," he assented with a grimace, and thus our interview ended.
He made an effort to smile which was little more than a grimace.
The other's mobile face twisted itself in a grimace of incredulity.
Rathburn saw Lamy put a hand to his face and make a grimace.