The ubiquitous Sing was on hand during the interview, but from his expressionless
face none might guess what was passing through the tortuous channels of his Oriental mind.
Mechanically Gernois returned the salute, but those terrible, wide eyes followed the horseman, expressionless
except for horror.
Monty's hand was limp and cold, his eyes were glazed and expressionless
There was something very still and expressionless
in his face, even though the sunshine from the broad high windows which overlooked the Park, was shining full upon him.
He had turned his head slightly towards her, and though his face was, as usual, expressionless
, and his eyes cold and hard, she found nevertheless something of meaning in his steady regard.
He was too erect, his shoulders were an inch too far back, while his face was grave, almost harsh, and practically expressionless
When the party again took up the march around the southern end of the pool the owner of the eyes followed them--large, round eyes, almost expressionless
except for a certain cold cruelty which glinted malignly from under their pale gray irises.
The man watched him go, and though his face was expressionless
as ever, his eyes were like the eyes of a wounded deer.
He was a big, fat, stolid youth of twenty, with a round, expressionless
face, and a painful lack of conversational gifts.
He would stand listening, expressionless
, a thing dead, save for his eyes, coldly burning, while their talk of the Revolution ran high and warm.
Pitcher, confidential clerk in the office of Harvey Maxwell, broker, allowed a look of mild interest and surprise to visit his usually expressionless
countenance when his employer briskly entered at half past nine in company with his young lady stenographer.
She listened to his words in expressionless
At the sound of his wife's voice he stopped and stared at her with a somnambulistic, expressionless gaze so long that Mrs Verloc moved her limbs slightly under the bed-clothes.
Under her husband's expressionless stare, and remembering her mother's empty room across the landing, she felt an acute pang of loneliness.
uniform twenty houses, all to be knocked at and rung at in the same form, all approachable by the same dull steps, all fended off by the same pattern of railing, all with the same impracticable fire- escapes, the same inconvenient fixtures in their heads, and everything without exception to be taken at a high valuation--who has not dined with these?