stonefaced

stone·faced

 (stōn′fāst′)
adj.
1. Exhibiting no emotion or feeling; expressionless: a stonefaced judge.
2. Faced with stone: a stonefaced wall.
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This frills-free remake of a stonefaced Charles Bronson thriller shows that murder is a cut-throat business.
In '75, the same stonefaced Johnson took the Sox to Game 7 -- and Jim Burton -- of the World Series.
The only thing more predictable than a plucky English exit from a major tournament was that the team song would be terrible, featuring stonefaced, tone deaf squad members mumbling along to elevator muzak.
Yesterday, after two stonefaced press conferences at which neither team-mate looked at the other, Hamilton was asked if he would have clear the air talks.
She stands, stonefaced and still through May's impressions of Yoda and Chewbacca.
Smoking, I've picked that up," Sinterniklaas replied, completely stonefaced.
The stonefaced superstar with the Mohican haircut was imperious as he blasted in his double before the break, leaving Germany stranded.
Murray, who faces up to four years in prison, remained stonefaced as the verdict was announced, showing no visible reaction.
The staff look young and fun, but playfully run your hand down the wall of LEDs next to the bar, and you'll get the kind of stonefaced stare you haven't seen since your mother caught you doing something you weren't supposed to.
Likewise, a somewhat less celebrated full-back, Mitch Ward, was christened Mitchum, after Robert, the stonefaced star of The Sundowners.