In countenance

in an assured condition or aspect; free from shame or dismay.

See also: Countenance

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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He pushes the countenance inside a Gothic cave of language designed for those somethings unorganized as human, uncivilized for description, uncontained in countenance.
Curated by Anirudh Chari, The Portret Project's first exhibition ' Out of / In Countenance' attempts to interpret portraiture in a way to reiterate the amorphous state of art today.
' Out of / In Countenance' is on at A 10/ 6, Vasant Vihar from January 15, 11 a.