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[kˈa͡ʊntənəns], [kˈa‍ʊntənəns], [k_ˈaʊ_n_t_ə_n_ə_n_s]

Synonyms for Countenance:

appearance (noun)

air, appearance, aspect, bearing, cast, demeanor, display, figure, form, image, look, mien, shape, show, spectacle, view, vista.

behavior (noun)

behavior, carriage, comportment, conduct, deportment, guise, manner, method, practice, procedure, tactics, way.

Other synonyms and related words:

Collectedness, Phiz, Tranquilness, abet, abetment, abide, abiding, absorb, accept, acceptance, acknowledge, acquiescence, acquire, adherence, adjust, admiration, admire, admit, adopt, advance, advocacy, advocate, aegis, afford possibility, agree, agree to, agree with, agreement, aid, aid and abet, allow, allow for, allowance, already, anciently, aplomb, applaud, approbate, approbation, appropriate, approval, approve, approve of, ask for, assent, assist, assistance, auspices, authorisation, authorise, authority, authorization, authorize, back, back up, backing, beak, bear, bear with, become, befriend, behalf, benefit, biscuit, bless, blessing, blink at, blurb, bow, bright, brook, brow, calm disposition, calm of mind, calmness, care, cast of countenance, catch, ceremonious manner, certification, champion, championship, charity, cheer, chips and plaice, chump, clearance, clock, color, comfort, commend, commission, commonly, complexion, composure, concede, concur with, condone, confirm, connivance, connive at, consent, consent to, consider, constant, continuing, contour, cool, coolheadedness, coolness, cooperate, cope, credulous, decriminalize, demeanour, dial, diction, dupe, durable, each other, earlier, earmark, easy mind, embolden, empower, empowerment, enable, enabling, encourage, encouragement, encouraging, endorse, endorsement, endure, enduring, enfranchise, enfranchisement, entitle, entitlement, espouse, esteem, eternal, everlasting, exempt, expression, eye, face, facet, facial appearance, facial expression, facial features, facies, fall guy, favor, favorable, favorable vote, favour, feature, features, feed, fiat, flourishing, foment, fool, forehead, forgive, formerly, forward, foster, fosterage, franchise, front, further, gain, garb, general appearance, get, get behind, gills, give credit, give encouragement, give green light, give leave, give one's imprimatur, give permission, give stamp of approval, give the nod, give up, go along with, go for, goodwill, grant, grimace, grin and abide, grin and bear it, guarantee, guidance, gull, handle, have, hear of, hearten, help, hold, hold up, hold with, icy calm, immortal, imperturbation, imprimatur, indisturbance, indorse, indorsement, indulge, indulgence, interest, inversely, invite, jib, jointly, justify, keep in countenance, kisser, lasting, lately, laxity, leave, leave unchanged, legitimatize, legitimize, lend one's name to, lend oneself to, lenience, leniency, let, let go by, let have, let pass, liberty, licence, license, licensing, lineaments, lines, live with, looks, maintain, make interest for, map, mark, mask, mental composure, mug, mush, mut, mutually, muzzle, nod, nod at, nourish, nurture, obey, ok, okay, once, one another, originally, overlook, pan, partiality, patronage, patronize, patsy, pay the piper, peace of mind, peacefulness, permanent, permission, permit, permit to, permitting, perpetual, persistent, philosophic composure, philosophicalness, philosophy, phizog, physiognomy, picture card, placidity, poker face, port, posture, potato, presence, presence of mind, previously, privileged, promote, prop, prore, provide, provide for, prow, puss, put John Hancock on, put up with, quiet, quiet mind, quietude, ratification, ratify, reciprocally, recommend, reconcile, rent, reserve, respect, rise above, root for, rostrum, rubber stamp, sanction, sang-froid, sangfroid, schlemiel, seal of approval, second, seconding, secondment, self-composure, self-possession, serenity, shine upon, shrug, shrug it off, sic, side with, sign off on, simultaneously, sit still for, smile upon, smile on, smile upon, smiler, soft touch, soothingness, sponsor, sponsorship, spur, squire, stable, stamp of approval, stance, stand, stand for, stand up for, stem, stick, stick up for, stock warrant, stomach, stomach something, submit, submit to, subscribe, subscribe to, suffer, sufferance, support, surface, sustain, swallow, sympathy, take, take in hand, take into account, take kindly to, think well of, together, tolerance, tolerate, toleration, trait, traits, tranquillity, trustful, trusting, turn, tutelage, undergo, underwrite, unruffledness, unsuspecting, uphold, urge, view with favor, visage, visual perception, voice, vote, warrant, warrantee, warranty, when, wink, wink at, work for, yea, yea vote, yield, yield to.

Quotes for Countenance:

  1. This man, although he appeared so humble and embarrassed in his air and manners, and passed so unheeded, had inspired me with such a feeling of horror by the unearthly paleness of his countenance from which I could not avert my eyes, that I was unable longer to endure it. Adelbert von Chamisso.
  2. You don't carry in your countenance a letter of recommendation. Charles Dickens.
  3. A gift, with a kind countenance is a double present. Thomas Fuller.