inexpressive

[ in-ik-spres-iv ]SEE DEFINITION OF inexpressive

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Unfortunately the gong was inexpressive of the mood of the person who beat upon it.

Eagerly he gazes on her charms; in thought he devours her inexpressive beauties.

But this is an unfortunate and inexpressive way of describing their relation to us.

And the unrelated, inexpressive voice said: 'Give me your hand.'

His face, now hardly visible, was as inexpressive as the door of a safe.

He did not know that behind the jerky manner and inexpressive face there was a Soul.

The Swede was as inexpressive as ever, with the same half-smile on his fair, serious face.

Joy proved to be a mild and inexpressive word for the party.

The American term is “ledge,” and it is not inappropriate or inexpressive.

Julian looked as inexpressive and immovable as a stone crusader.

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