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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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In the wintertime he would've Grimaced and spat it out.
As the dancers crouched and grimaced, they seemed to be commenting on the life cycle of a central figure commandingly portrayed by Akeno Ashikawa.
THE Queen right grimaced THE Queen, right, grimaced the royal box as her thoroughbred Estimate narrowly lost its Gold Cup title.
To sweat and breathe heavily as he grimaced in apparent pain.
Asked by sheriff's deputies how he felt, Gardos grimaced, then grinned, and said, ``I could do a tap dance.
His Tony Blair grimaced, grinned, clasped his hands together, said "you know" a lot.
That one's going to fill hours on the psychiatrist's couch," he grimaced.
And that includes two goalkeepers, two people nursing knee injuries and two first-year professionals," grimaced O'Neill.
DeArmas, her lips painted with bright red lipstick, grimaced before puckering up for the amorous amphibian.
Katie Smith grimaced in pain and frustration while holding her right knee.
Escobar grimaced through the pain, hoping to gut out five innings and deliver another victory.