He desisted at last and looked back at us with a mien of anger.
Kirkwood turned to meet her onslaught with a mien grave, determined, unflinching.
He was a good stout knight, but sorrowful of face and downcast of mien.
And yet he stood in awe of that Virgin, so like a princess in her mien.
Like the spectators at the time, we cannot pity Socrates; his mien and his language are so noble and fearless.
There was something about this courier's mien and person that awoke a poignant memory.
At that Rabecque stepped towards them, very purposeful of mien.
Beardsley cocked his head and listened, his mien almost beatific.
How could you deem him a rogue—he with so noble a mien and so beautiful a countenance?
Otrepiev was shaken by the Tsar's manner, by the ferocity of his mien.