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Words Related to Appearance - Facial Expressions

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Words Related to Appearance
frown
[noun]
an expression on the face in which the eyebrows are brought together in a way that causes lines above the eyes, which shows anger, worry, or disapproval
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glare
[noun]
a steady and sharp stare that conveys anger, disapproval, or hostility
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grimace
[noun]
a twisted facial expression indicating pain, disgust or disapproval
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long face
[noun]
a disappointed or sad facial expression
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scowl
[noun]
a sullen or angry frown signifying displeasure
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side-eye
[noun]
a sidelong glance or look given to someone, often indicating suspicion, disapproval, or contempt
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wink
[noun]
the act of opening and closing one eye quickly once as a sign of affection, greeting, etc.
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blush
[noun]
the rush of blood to the face signifying embarrassment, modesty or confusion
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flushed
[adjective]
(especially of the face) describing a reddened or rosy appearance resulting from increased blood flow or heightened emotion
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to glow
[verb]
(of a person's face) to look lively and healthy, specifically as a result of training and exercising
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to pale
[verb]
to become or make someone's skin or complexion appear lighter in color, often due to shock, fear, illness, or lack of sun exposure
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to crease
[verb]
to cause a wrinkle or indentation on a surface
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to crumple
[verb]
to wrinkle the face due to intense emotions or age-related changes
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to furrow
[verb]
to cause wrinkles or lines to appear on the skin as a sign of worry, confusion, or concentration
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to bug out
[verb]
to suddenly widen one's eyes in a startled or surprised expression, often giving the impression of bulging or protruding eyes
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to glower
[verb]
to look or stare at someone angrily
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to grimace
[verb]
to twist our face in an ugly way because of pain, strong dislike, etc., or when trying to be funny
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to lower
[verb]
to drop one's eyebrows, chin, or gaze to express sadness, disapproval, or shame, or to show less intensity or hostility in a facial expression
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to pout
[verb]
to push out one's lips as an expression of displeasure, anger, or sadness
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to purse
[verb]
to pucker or tighten one's lips together to express disapproval or concentration
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to scowl
[verb]
to frown in a sullen or angry way
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to sulk
[verb]
to be in a bad mood and to remain silent and resentful due to feeling upset, angry, or disappointed
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to wince
[verb]
to show a facial expression that signifies shame or pain
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smile
[noun]
an expression in which our mouth curves upwards, when we are being friendly or are happy or amused
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grin
[noun]
a broad smile that reveals the teeth
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beam
[noun]
a wide and joyful smile
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sneer
[noun]
a smile or remark directed at someone as a sign of mockery or disrespect
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smirk
[noun]
a half-smile that can indicate satisfaction, superiority, or amusement
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simper
[noun]
a coy or silly smile or mannerism that is intended to be charming or flirtatious
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bleak
[adjective]
having a facial expression that is emotionless, suggesting sadness, depression, or hopelessness
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glazed
[adjective]
(of eyes or facial expression) lacking interest and showing no emotion
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wry
[adjective]
twisted or distorted, often indicating dry or mocking humor
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worried
[adjective]
feeling unhappy and afraid because of something that has happened or might happen
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wild-eyed
[adjective]
describing a person who looks frightened or crazy due to their unfocused gaze
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unblinking
[adjective]
not blinking one's eyes, often indicating intense concentration, focus, or a lack of emotion
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wince
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a facial expression that shows shame or sudden pain
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to beam
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to show an emotion with a joyful smile
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to sneer
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to smile or speak in a way that suggests mockery or disrespect toward someone
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to smirk
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to give a half-smile, often displaying satisfaction, superiority, or amusement
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