stony-faced

[stoh-nee-feyst]
adjective
Also, stone-faced. having a rigid, expressionless face.

Origin:
1930–35

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Five other justices were in attendance and sat stony-faced, as is customary.
Since she didn't know the language, they wouldn't have to speak or ask any questions of the stony-faced people around them.
Or maybe it was something else: maybe she was not stony-faced and implacable or sullen, but miserable.
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