pokerfaced


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poker face

n.
A face lacking any interpretable expression, as that of an expert poker player.

pok′er·faced′ (pō′kər-fāst′) adj.
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Victor Laidlaw St Leonards-on-Sea East Sussex # Reading the Letters page (Mirror, Nov 11), I agreed with the views of the readers who commented on how shameless it was of Cameron and his cronies to stand and be so pokerfaced remembering our heroes, while he treats the poor and vulnerable, including many ex-soldiers, with utter contempt.
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