Definition of inexpressive in English:

inexpressive

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Pronunciation /ˌinikˈspresiv/ /ˌɪnɪkˈsprɛsɪv/

adjective

  • Showing no expression.

    ‘an inexpressive face’
    • ‘Unfortunately it was merely the not inconsiderable technical prowess of his dancers that Page showed off in his emotionally inexpressive choreography.’
    • ‘By nature, Jenn was inexpressive about her emotions and valued her private time.’
    • ‘The black and white art greatly contrasts with the open and expressive looks of Sana and the inexpressive looks of Hayama.’
    • ‘It might have been well attended but still inexpressive and mysterious, a merely formal exercise whose meaning was hard to interpret.’
    • ‘Most low-budget thrillers of this type suffer from inexpressive acting, but these two give performances that are truly uninhibited.’
    • ‘Like Diana, he seemed to represent a revolt against a stuffy and inexpressive establishment.’
    • ‘I asked the wizened servant but she made no reply, merely advancing into the room whilst she fixed my face with her dark, inexpressive eyes.’
    • ‘But when he answers the door, he turns out to be 49, tall, with deep green eyes and thin and inexpressive lips.’
    • ‘Ennis is the man in this relationship - inexpressive, moody, and witheringly practical - and he tells Jack that their summer together is a one-time thing.’
    • ‘Within the calm and inexpressive facades above are the teaching areas in which spaces are divided according to needs of individual departments that will doubtless change over time.’
    • ‘The effect is somewhat flat and inexpressive, however, with attempts to render Tokyo in a gloomy, neo-realist style only partly successful.’
    • ‘The face that met his was cold and inexpressive.’
    • ‘He looked up at her, his dark eyes inexpressive, ‘You don't want her to go back to her race and forget you.’’
    • ‘And his artificial teeth gave an inexpressive set to his mouth.’
    • ‘These are not the marks of someone who is inexpressive.’
    • ‘She saw an old man who, despite the kind voice that held much concern, looked every inch a butler with an inexpressive face.’
    • ‘These performances are refined and pure-toned, but not at all inexpressive.’
    • ‘Because everyone is so inexpressive, it's not clear that any of them even know what they're feeling.’
    • ‘His voice is even more gummy and inexpressive than last time, and he really sounds drugged down into a stupor a lot of the time.’
    • ‘After the strong beginning, Louret seems increasingly vapid and inexpressive.’
    expressionless, unexpressive, impassive, inscrutable, unreadable, emotionless, blank, bland, vacant, empty, glazed, fixed, lifeless, inanimate, deadpan, wooden, stony
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Pronunciation

inexpressive

/ˌinikˈspresiv/ /ˌɪnɪkˈsprɛsɪv/