This he turned to lock, then stooped, still with that face as of a death-mask, and deliberately extinguished his lantern.
Now the Bust was believed to have been sculptured after a death-mask.
For one horrid moment it seemed to Wade that the fixed grimace of the death-mask expressed hideous mirth.
We must bear in mind that the sculptor worked from a death-mask, and that the expression was thus a conventional restoration.
Maria Addolorata's death-mask rose before her in the moonlight.
Lennon's deep-drawn sigh of satisfaction over that death-mask face caught in the midst and turned into a gasp.
The supreme moment had come for her, and, with a face that was like a death-mask, she raised the silver flask to her lips.
But the cause of all this merriment wore only an expression of slightly pained bewilderment on his death-mask of a face.
His expression was like a death-mask, his brows drawn tight in a little frown and his jaw rigid.
There was a death-mask of papier-maché on the back of his head with appropriate funereal drapings down the body.