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poker-faced


  • s  deliberately impassive in manner

  • Suddenly Idaho's poker-faced skepticism became enthusiastic acceptance.
  • Probably the richest in oil income, reputedly worth $263 million, Hunt is tall, solidly built, poker-faced.
  • Last week, shrewd, poker-faced Harry Ford ("Sinco") Sinclair, 69, President of Sinclair Oil Corp.
Quotes

  • Andrew Flintoff in The Sun
    Flintoff said: "He was unflappable. He was poker-faced whether we were 500-0 or 90-9. He gave us confidence."
  • Al Groh in The Virginian-Pilot
    Peter's pretty poker-faced about things in general,Groh said. "But, in conversations with Pete,...... he's really looking forward to going out and getting the maximum number of turns in the scheme."

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