Definition of inexpressiveness in English:



See inexpressive

‘Perhaps these actors' facial inexpressiveness actually adds to their ‘tough-guy’ appeal?’
  • ‘At times Yun's inexpressiveness masks a mischievous sense of humour.’
  • ‘Traditional masculinity has also been found to be associated with emotional inexpressiveness in general, and with higher thresholds of pain specifically.’
  • ‘He may still seem like a cipher - that inexpressiveness of his must trouble even his greatest admirers - but it is hard not to face the fact that he occupies an amazing amount of psychic space.’
  • ‘Behind that inexpressiveness are two things: first, the man doesn't trust his wife with his emotions.’



/ˌinikˈspresivnəs/ /ˌɪnɪkˈsprɛsɪvnəs/ /ˌinekˈspresivnəs/ /ˌɪnɛkˈsprɛsɪvnəs/