Definition of stone-faced in English:

stone-faced

adjective

informal
  • See stone face

    • ‘At the end he stands center stage to receive the applause, patient and stone-faced, impassive under the weight of all these strangers and their love.’
    • ‘According to Bernard, the stone-faced city attorneys agree that the conditions of the project need to be enforced but say they can't enforce them.’
    • ‘Barb and Paul looked at her, stone-faced and ready for the worst.’
    • ‘I was waiting for them to fall out of their chairs laughing, but they just sat there, stone-faced.’
    • ‘Get there early or be prepared for a long wait before the obligatory pat-down by the stone-faced bouncers.’
    solemn, earnest, serious, sombre, sober, severe
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