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Synonyms for grimace

scowl

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Synonyms for grimace

a facial contortion indicating displeasure, disgust, or pain

to contort one's face to indicate displeasure, disgust, or pain, for example

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Synonyms for grimace

a contorted facial expression

contort the face to indicate a certain mental or emotional state

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Escobar grimaced through the pain, hoping to gut out five innings and deliver another victory.
Ball grimaced after falling, and he said his ankle swelled over the weekend and is now bruised.
During Helton's at-bat in the sixth, he took a couple of extra steps off the mound and grimaced.
She remembered the movie's four-month shoot on Australia's Gold Coast, grimaced and said, ``The worst part was being in the water, all day, every day, for so long.
Mehra, in obvious pain, grimaced throughout her first round of play Friday at El Caballero Country Club in Tarzana, finishing with a 9-over 81.
When Bryant was grabbed around the waist by Portland's Detlef Schrempf after stealing the ball, he grimaced noticeably.
MALIBU - Craig Lewis shook his head and grimaced upon hearing the nasty truth, almost as if Pepperdine's senior guard didn't want to believe what he was hearing.
As Friday wound down, campers grimaced at the end-of-the-week slide show.
Halfway down the straightaway, she grimaced in pain for several strides before grabbing the left side of her lower back and falling to the track.
For all the times they grimaced or tugged their hair in frustration, they never spoke.
Lauren grimaced at the thought, but smiled broadly when asked about the late Dr.