stony-faced

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

ston·y-faced

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

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

stony-faced

[ˌstəʊnɪˈfeɪst] ADJde expresión pétrea
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stony-faced

[ˌstəʊnɪˈfeɪst] adjdal volto impassibile
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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.