inexpressive

[in-ik-spres-iv]
adjective
1.
not expressive; lacking in expression.
2.
Obsolete, inexpressible.

Origin:
1645–55; in-3 + expressive

inexpressively, adverb
inexpressiveness, noun
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inexpressive (ˌɪnɪkˈsprɛsɪv)
 
adj
1.  lacking in expression: an inexpressive face
2.  an archaic word for inexpressible
 
inex'pressively
 
adv
 
inex'pressiveness
 
n

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Example sentences
It's another joke that this film begins with human characters who have the
  flat, inexpressive look of toys.
But there remains the same intractable problem: he's as inexpressive one-on-one
  as he is in the briefing room.
Our familiar models are inexpressive and deeply flawed.
Wording is inexpressive and lifeless, conveying little sense of the writer.
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