inexpressive inexpressive

Definition(s):

  • (adj) not expressive

Usage(s):

  1. Contrasted with the millions now in arms all over Europe, a handful of British officers quaking in a 1918 dugout seemed inexpressive, minuscule.
  2. The little, inexpressive brown face with the smear of blood would have reminded him of another face, with the same features, set in a foolish pointed smile.
  3. Contrasted with the millions now in arms all over Europe, a handful of British officers quaking in a 1918 dugout seemed inexpressive, minuscule.

News

  • The Stanford Ph.D Student Making Human Music with a Laptop

    When it comes to music-making, laptops get a bad rap. They're cold, impersonal, inexpressive, and can't summon the warmth of traditional acoustic instruments. Or at least that's one way to look at it. Experimental musician Holly Herndon disagrees — and has spent much of her career exploring...
    on September 11, 2013     Source: SF Weekly

Quotes

  1. "The public has let GM know that it is not going to buy expensive cars that are, well, inexpressive," George Will wrote on Sept. 4, 1986. "You can sell a cheap Scotch to persons for whom price is crucial, or expensive Scotch to persons for...
    on Jun 1, 2009 By: George Will Source: Washington Post

  2. Piero met a craving for what the Renaissance art historian Berenson described as "the inexpressive, the ungrimacing, the ungesticulating."
    on Feb 28, 2009 By: Bernard Berenson Source: Boston Globe

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