stony-faced

Related to stony-faced: ameliorative, call on, so far, scrutinised, took over

ston·y-faced

(stō′nē-fāst′)
adj.
Expressionless; stonefaced.

stony-faced

adj
having an impassive, unfriendly and unyielding expression
adv
with an impassive, unfriendly and unyielding expression; stonily
Translations

stony-faced

[ˌstəʊnɪˈfeɪst] ADJde expresión pétrea

stony-faced

[ˌstəʊnɪˈfeɪst] adjdal volto impassibile
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Mr Trump said: "My wife, Melania, who happens to be right here" Twitter user Joe Vargas said he was "trying to convince the media it was her", as the First Lady stood stony-faced in a coat.
The tunnel at old school Oakwell runs alongside the away end and a stony-faced Mogga had to brave a barrage of abuse, whistles and cat-calls after a chaotic first half in which his fractured side leaked three schoolboy goals.
Stony-faced shipping minister Glenda Jackson snubbed their plea, prompting local MP Alex Salmond and the Daily Record to step up in their hour of need.
Putin's response to this has been a stony-faced denial of all the facts and an absolute refusal to deal with reality.
Stony-faced immigration staff refused to let talented Kizzy and double bass player Aeddan Williams fly into the States from Toronto - and refused to tell them why.
Blond-haired Ash-Smith stared ahead stony-faced as the jury of seven men and five women gave their verdict after just three hours of deliberation.
He sat there stony-faced and that is a terrible place to be.
He sat there stony-faced and that is a terrible place to be" -Comedian Rob Brydon (pictured) recalls that his impression of Dustin Hoffman was not appreciated by the star.
A stony-faced Carla remains resolute that they're over for good and shows no signs of cracking, even when Peter gets down on his knees and tearfully starts grovelling which, to be honest, is a bit embarrassing.
A few stony-faced Russian dignitaries will nod their approval, though they're likely to be less stony-faced than the punters who spent good money to watch the cricket at Chester-le-Street yesterday.
Or places like Stonehenge, craggy, stony-faced things you have to pay pounds 50 to look at.
Previously, some players have stood stony-faced without bothering to sing.