unexpressive


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Synonyms for unexpressive

Synonyms for unexpressive

deliberately impassive in manner

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more in keeping with the tough guy, emotionally unexpressive image
In a cohort study of 1,189 children, statistically significant Factors contributing to poor language skills included living in a bilingual household, living with an unexpressive family, low social competence, and parental worry about language.
not liked or accepted by people, moralistic, unexpressive, prone to avoid close interpersonal relationships, predictable in attitudes and behavior, not gregarious, .
When females reach adulthood, they often become more caring, supportive, and empathetic, while males become more independent, self-reliant, and unexpressive.
While her first sessions in art therapy produced crude, unexpressive imagery, her later imagery brought out a lifetime of memories, relived and revealed through her art.
With a couple ofexceptions, so do the lively but emotionally unexpressive dance numbers choreographed by Ellington's granddaughter, Mercedes.
Some wines - usually unexpressive ones like Pinot Grigio - aren't particularly fruity.
In essence, the Junger opinion concludes that because the purported speaker chose an unexpressive medium of communication, transmitting the purported expression cannot be speech.
There were no stats from across the Atlantic, the oil quotes were lightly volatile, and all that set the unexpressive dynamics of the market.
He's come out of his race last week very well, and although he's a very unexpressive horse, he's eaten up well all week and had a blow-out on Saturday, which we were happy with.
Hay's touch in these works was unexpressive yet almost cloying in its striving for a craftsman's perfection.
Good grief In a 2-year study, bereaved spouses who often talked with others and briefly wrote in diaries about their emotions fared no better psychologically than their tight-lipped, unexpressive counterparts did (161:131 *).
But they give a polite smile - where their eyes remain unexpressive - when a stranger approaches.
which seems to be significant against the background of dull Monday and totally unexpressive end of September.