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Pronunciation:

[k_ˈaʊ_n_t_ə_n_ə_n_s], [kˈa͡ʊntənəns], [kˈa‍ʊntənəns]
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Synonyms for Countenance:

appearance (noun) behavior (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Countenance:

  • convenence,
  • countance,
  • manteinance,
  • mainteanance,
  • conviennance,
  • convienanece,
  • contegency,
  • acquaintenance,
  • meintenence,
  • mantenance,
  • guantomnanal,
  • maintenence,
  • maintenansce,
  • convieniance,
  • convenounce,
  • maintenancy,
  • confinance,
  • countanence,
  • maintenannce,
  • manintenance,
  • vengenance,
  • contentce,
  • giudenance,
  • maintenience,
  • contenance,
  • contngency,
  • miantenance,
  • mantenince,
  • maintenince,
  • manitenance,
  • meaintenance,
  • conceninece,
  • maaintenance,
  • maintenenace,
  • contingancy,
  • maiintenance,
  • corrdenance,
  • mainteneance,
  • countanace,
  • maintnence,
  • contengancy,
  • convieneance,
  • continueance,
  • conveinance,
  • cordinance,
  • connsannannce,
  • contengincy,
  • maintaneance,
  • contengency,
  • conveiniance,
  • confidenance,
  • mainteinance,
  • maintenanace,
  • condonlence,
  • contence,
  • convenance,
  • maintnanace,
  • conveneance,
  • mainrenance,
  • manteniance,
  • maintinance,
  • counternotice,
  • mantenaince,
  • keindahanannya,
  • ontingncy,
  • maintnance,
  • maintneance,
  • conveynance,
  • sentenance,
  • convinance,
  • matinenance,
  • mainetnance,
  • maiantenance,
  • maintennance,
  • conveniance,
  • maintenaince,
  • maintenanece,
  • mentenance,
  • coutenance,
  • maintenancce,
  • mainteenance,
  • maitnenance,
  • mainatenance,
  • manintenence,
  • mintenence,
  • convienance,
  • mainetenance,
  • contenants,
  • maintaenance,
  • meintenance,
  • mainttnance,
  • countinance,
  • mantenence,
  • mantnance,
  • countinence,
  • maintenaance,
  • maentenance,
  • maintenanve,
  • conveienance,
  • maintienance,
  • maintenenice,
  • mainteniance,
  • contenant,
  • contiuance,
  • aquaintenance,
  • guidenance,
  • coninuance,
  • contance,
  • countanance,
  • maintnenace,
  • conveninace,
  • convenenice,
  • maintenanec,
  • contenence,
  • countenence,
  • mantinance,
  • govenrnance,
  • maintanenace,
  • continance,
  • mainternance,
  • convienanc,
  • constenciency,
  • mintenance,
  • countinong,
  • countaince,
  • aintenance,
  • maiuntenance,
  • vengenence.

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.

Adjectives for Countenance:

  • vulnerable mortal,
  • profoundly academic,
  • red, rotund,
  • familiar puritan,
  • already repellent,
  • normally obscure,
  • ally pale,
  • fierce and mustachioed,
  • hellenically perfect,
  • roughly cheerful,
  • expressive and occasionally handsome,
  • bearded, rubicund,
  • cheerful, vital,
  • scarred, inscrutable,
  • powerful, gay,
  • benign and almost affectionate,
  • open, amiable,
  • grim and unrepentant,
  • hopeful, good-natured,
  • despondent, grudging,
  • once impassive,
  • solitary, unsmiling,
  • remarkably open and pleasing,
  • keen and gay,
  • stupid, fatuous,
  • handsome mobile,
  • grim and stupid,
  • stolid, unimpressive,
  • generally pale and anxious,
  • usually bright and brilliant,
  • unchanged and tranquil,
  • queer, composite,
  • bland, intelligent,
  • placid and intelligent,
  • amiable, frank,
  • wrinkled impassive,
  • still sweet and placid,
  • placid and inscrutable,
  • pleasing but grave,
  • always ashen,
  • white, bespectacled,
  • blank, bespectacled,
  • fine rapt,
  • commercio-political,
  • economical, commercio-political,
  • rotund, pasty,
  • refined and placid,
  • pale perturbed,
  • interesting and even handsome,
  • straightforward, good-looking,
  • striking and not unattractive,
  • pleasing and highly intellectual,
  • wrathful and inexorable,
  • shrewd and grave,
  • grossly fleshy,
  • spare but lustrous,
  • habitually animated and expressive,
  • habitually animated,
  • touchingly expressive,
  • erstwhile beautiful,
  • cynical, impassive,
  • benevolent, open,
  • stony and fiendish,
  • wan haggard,
  • ordinarily genial,
  • innocent and smooth,
  • rough and stolid,
  • again calm and clear,
  • sleepy or stupid,
  • intelligent but very demure,
  • extremely mild and pleasing,
  • abstracted and somewhat rueful,
  • homely florid,
  • thoroughly vile and repulsive,
  • swarthy, villainous,
  • heavy, obese,
  • mysterious, wicked,
  • handsome but scornful,
  • naive, benevolent,
  • naturally cadaverous,
  • stern but heroic,
  • ruddy, strenuous,
  • vacant and circular,
  • armyvestal,
  • fiercely careworn,
  • infinitely beguiling,
  • sweet benignant,
  • generally grave and expressive,
  • shrewd and thin,
  • dark, shrewd and thin,
  • glossy furtive,
  • serious, expressive,
  • cheerful and healthy-looking,
  • liberal, hospitable,
  • serene, noble,
  • thoughtful saddened,
  • feigned heady,
  • singularly attractive and pleasing,
  • swarthy and handsome,
  • noble pale,
  • noble, tranquil,
  • livid, wrathful,
  • bronzed, alert,
  • cadaverous, unchanging,
  • russet and wrinkled,
  • grim, unresponsive,
  • benevolent, tranquil,
  • grave or sullen,
  • likely whitish,
  • hard pragmatic,
  • benevolent and wrinkled,
  • large and vacuous,
  • radiant and expressive,
  • baffling, mobile,
  • swarthy, baffling,
  • grave demure,
  • fairly stoical,
  • once beauteous,
  • always tranquil,
  • solemn, professional,
  • sour and dreadful,
  • benevolent and sleepy,
  • thy amethystine,
  • fine and benevolent,
  • vividly handsome,
  • generally free or open,
  • heavy and stern,
  • somewhat heavy and stern,
  • rubbery, gray-black,
  • fierce and swarthy,
  • sunburnt and bearded,
  • spare, furrowed,
  • rather good-natured and honest,
  • sedate and modest,
  • gay and serene,
  • boldly imperious,
  • particularly fatuous and cold,
  • young and yet old,
  • huge, dominant,
  • shaven, sanguine,
  • mobile, pink,
  • sensitive, appealing,
  • dull, repulsive,
  • nearly simian,
  • easy, indomitable,
  • smart, pleasant,
  • cheerful, healthy-looking,
  • rich and rubicund,
  • anxious and pallid,
  • enthusiastic, candid,
  • loathsome, contorted,
  • livid and contorted,
  • white and horned,
  • thin, clerical,
  • anxious or perturbed,
  • fat honest,
  • good-humored and festive,
  • usually good-humored and festive,
  • bemused, red,
  • pale, insolent,
  • supernaturally solemn,
  • wild but handsome,
  • open truthful,
  • equally correct and pleasing,
  • refined and decidedly intellectual,
  • open pleasing,
  • refined but sad,
  • shrewd but mild,
  • religious, ruddy,
  • tense, sun-browned,
  • gay, intelligent,
  • wonderfully impassive,
  • russet old,
  • dear and unchanged,
  • remarkably gentle and humane,
  • fair, pleasing,
  • pleasingly expressive,
  • plain but pleasingly expressive,
  • green haggard,
  • joyous and modest,
  • stern, abstracted,
  • benign and joyful,
  • severe and motionless,
  • benevolent wrinkled,
  • jovial, rubicund,
  • rigid, swarthy,
  • moist and rubicund,
  • immovable, expressionless,
  • haggard, non-committal,
  • truly noble and gracious,
  • tense, disquieting,
  • mild, rosy,
  • hitherto radiant and joyous,
  • fat and commonplace,
  • amazing, hebraic,
  • sincere, blonde,
  • resolute, handsome,
  • strangely rough-hewn,
  • sad serene,
  • unworthy genteel,
  • seeming austere,
  • harsh, austere,
  • cheerful, unmoved,
  • gravely unreadable,
  • noble but genial,
  • bland, animated,
  • mild and credulous,
  • affable and intrepid,
  • unmoved and undisturbed,
  • venerable, benign,
  • insolently happy,
  • amiable and heavily bearded,
  • buxom and benign,
  • calm and impenetrable,
  • sooty, unkempt,
  • longest and most sympathetic,
  • grave but handsome,
  • florid, genial,
  • plebeian, danish,
  • hard and yet saddened,
  • languid and solemn,
  • soft but radiant,
  • ruefully pious,
  • calm but vacant,
  • usually bright and joyous,
  • pale but gentle,
  • once bright and open,
  • grave and imperturbable,
  • sallow and greasy,
  • far nobler and sweeter,
  • open good-humored,
  • sullenly ferocious,
  • rueful and angry,
  • unsteady, insincere,
  • interesting intelligent,
  • prematurely pimpled,
  • dour sour,
  • glum and heavy,
  • fairly alight and aflame,
  • fairly alight,
  • vulgar but irresistible,
  • plumply genial,
  • ruddy and generous,
  • solemn, stoical,
  • exceedingly rueful,
  • sensitive, rugged,
  • impassive and woebegone,
  • handsome, infantile,
  • placid and infantile,
  • habitually placid and infantile,
  • hardy, florid,
  • keen reliant,
  • expressive youthful,
  • broad, unwrinkled,
  • catastrophical,
  • scarcely furrowed,
  • tanned and benevolent,
  • impassive, moody,
  • florid, bland and pleasant,
  • handsome and still striking,
  • meek, monotonous,
  • immovable and serious,
  • otherwise immovable and serious,
  • handsome but bold,
  • sternly benevolent,
  • rigid coppery,
  • false, vicious,
  • bleak and rigid,
  • stern and cynical,
  • agreeable, ruddy,
  • sensible austrian,
  • intellectually striking,
  • bland smug,
  • sad but benignant,
  • broad, wind-blown,
  • broad, coppery,
  • singularly bold and open,
  • lean and rock-ribbed,
  • meek, devotional,
  • naturally bilious,
  • resolute and open,
  • otherwise impassible,
  • singularly grave and distant,
  • amiable and rather heavy,
  • keen, swarthy,
  • occasionally clean-shaven,
  • interesting pallid,
  • pleasing and benevolent,
  • buxom and rather attractive,
  • stern and unchanging,
  • singularly fine and noble,
  • uncommon solemn,
  • rotund and shaven,
  • benignly rotund and shaven,
  • benignly rotund,
  • wild and almost sinister,
  • now bright and vivacious,
  • massive and benignant,
  • rueful and livid,
  • humorous and rueful,
  • broad flaccid,
  • gaunt, bitter,
  • prematurely careworn,
  • angry and gloomy,
  • bony but not unpleasant,
  • good-natured and benevolent,
  • bearded and martial,
  • sad but intensely calm,
  • inquiring and perturbed,
  • decent smug,
  • defiant and perfectly dry,
  • healthful, ruddy,
  • wild agonizing,
  • whimsically grave,
  • majestic but amiable,
  • terrible, austere and gloomy,
  • grave or sanctified,
  • pallid and sallow,
  • candid, natural,
  • suddenly wet and white,
  • sinister, bestial,
  • quite calm and unmoved,
  • indignant presidential,
  • benevolent, happy,
  • tranquil and fair,
  • daring, bronzed,
  • prophetic and unshaven,
  • beefy, commonplace,
  • impatient and scornful,
  • inartistically made-up,
  • heavy, lethargic,
  • stubborn maternal,
  • grey dreamy,
  • ever grave and unchangeable,
  • shrunken, yellow-brown,
  • charming and yet impressive,
  • amiable and fairly interested,
  • fairly interested,
  • broad frightful,
  • stern, familiar,
  • sleek, demure,
  • dull stolid,
  • radiant and heroic,
  • ordinarily rotund,
  • sleek but sinister,
  • austere and unmoved,
  • sensitive, acute,
  • dreamy, intellectual,
  • oppressed, anxious,
  • perfectly calm and benign,
  • faultless and lofty,
  • cheerful and grimy,
  • pale and transparent,
  • pale, magnetic,
  • rapt and noble,
  • exterior, unruffled,
  • extremely sweet and noble,
  • positively beatific,
  • silvery and scrupulous,
  • pale and fierce,
  • angry, inquiring,
  • keen, bearded,
  • anxious, blood-stained,
  • expressive, serious,
  • dull repulsive,
  • open and ruddy,
  • passive simple,
  • small, red and wrinkled,
  • uncommmonly interesting,
  • plain, intense,
  • pale and very plain,
  • cheerful, loving and happy,
  • tranquil and abstracted,
  • naturally tranquil and abstracted,
  • generally soft and gentle,
  • now smug,
  • haughty and sombre,
  • hard ferocious,
  • noble, sorrowful,
  • otherwise unmoved,
  • diminutive, freckled,
  • angular and grim,
  • drowsy unshaven,
  • mobile, animated,
  • occasionally angry,
  • always serene and benignant,
  • naturally animated,
  • singularly mild and pleasing,
  • soft, sanctimonious,
  • fine shrewd,
  • venerable wrinkled,
  • repulsive diabolical,
  • pale, cheerful,
  • affable and open,
  • oval careworn,
  • wistful, wrinkled,
  • grave and somewhat anxious,
  • downcast disdainful,
  • frank and extremely pleasing,
  • pleasant and ruddy,
  • watchful and rather severe,
  • desperately evil,
  • fierce but majestic,
  • swollen, tell-tale,
  • grave and moody,
  • calmly benevolent,
  • sallow, stern,
  • particularly graceful and noble,
  • dark and dissatisfied,
  • expressive and variable,
  • benevolent and somewhat rubicund,
  • grim and sallow,
  • rugged, bold,
  • noble, mild,
  • fierce, wrinkled,
  • benignant but saddened,
  • ethereal and feminine,
  • thoughtful, expressive,
  • spanish, human,
  • large and somewhat wrinkled,
  • severe and antiquated,
  • hitherto serious,
  • small rubicund,
  • thy bilious,
  • devout and even distressed,
  • vacuous, unwholesome,
  • expressive, agreeable,
  • handsome but somewhat florid,
  • mellow frank,
  • grave modest,
  • keenly intelligent and handsome,
  • fearless, wide-awake,
  • rather solemn and grave,
  • yellow and murky,
  • hideous and drunken,
  • pale and ardent,
  • coarse and austere,
  • severe and meditative,
  • virile and beautiful,
  • sinister and impassive,
  • wrinkled, tragic,
  • bearded fierce,
  • pallid broad,
  • rugged, faithful,
  • bland, unruffled,
  • sunburnt honest,
  • stern but majestic,
  • florid, crafty,
  • fresh, vivacious,
  • sallow, deep-eyed,
  • deceptively cloistral,
  • gracious or attractive,
  • bold, byronic,
  • haughty and flinty,
  • indescribably perplexed,
  • white and indescribably perplexed,
  • sublimely vacuous,
  • fearless and hopeful,
  • humorous, sober,
  • sadly sorry,
  • sweet and usually happy,
  • observant blue-eyed,
  • spare wrinkled,
  • interesting, cheerful,
  • repentant, small,
  • cadaverous, austere,
  • strong but open,
  • ferocious or insane,
  • habitually mild and humble,
  • ordinarily serene,
  • kindly animated,
  • slightly ferocious,
  • daring, youthful,
  • pallid and fanatical,
  • singularly noble and gentle,
  • somewhat severe and defiant,
  • frankly handsome,
  • bronzed, intelligent,
  • open and martial,
  • intelligent and sparkling,
  • serious resolute,
  • senseless bloated,
  • nerveless, colorless,
  • facetious but always well-bred,
  • ugly bony,
  • benign, wholesome,
  • imperturbable and brazen,
  • florid, irate,
  • death-like, gloomy,
  • serenely expressive,
  • exterior and expressive,
  • exceedingly fresh and pleasing,
  • undecided and uneasy,
  • singularly undecided and uneasy,
  • shaggy, filthy,
  • strong and almost stern,
  • calm and almost cheerful,
  • coarse hypocritical,
  • pale enthusiastic,
  • remarkably animated,
  • plebeian and repulsive,
  • pale, blood-stained,
  • grey ashen,
  • genial spanish,
  • ruddy and open,
  • open and strikingly strong,
  • animated and penetrating,
  • impassive, pink,
  • singularly stolid,
  • naturally jocund,
  • sad and morose,
  • lively rubicund,
  • repulsive, crimson,
  • maddeningly mute,
  • narrow, vacuous,
  • brutal and grimy,
  • amiable, blonde,
  • sulkily impenetrable,
  • already timeworn,
  • whole mindless,
  • fat and somewhat heavy,
  • sharp and florid,
  • otherwise gentle and benign,
  • eager thrifty,
  • preternaturally sharp and freckled,
  • sharp and freckled,
  • sharp and racial,
  • preternaturally sharp and racial,
  • shrewish, witty,
  • admirable and expressive,
  • inflamed japanese,
  • angry and sardonic,
  • fresh and quite circular,
  • perhaps sensitive,
  • severe and swarthy,
  • spare but open,
  • rather spare but open,
  • rigid implacable,
  • sallow effeminate,
  • wanly livid,
  • morose, heavy,
  • crimson and enraged,
  • good-natured but facile,
  • unfortunately simian,
  • somewhat fierce and haughty,
  • thoughtful, stern,
  • genial, rubicund,
  • grave but cheerful,
  • properly demure,
  • pale frigid,
  • ashen and colorless,
  • energetic open,
  • young and peaceful,
  • serious but sweet,
  • pleasing, modest,
  • benignant, grizzled,
  • strikingly handsome and intellectual,
  • smooth and unsuspecting,
  • pale and piteous,
  • downcast anxious,
  • gloomy resentful,
  • otherwise heavy and brutal,
  • deplorably rueful,
  • elegant and feminine,
  • yellow vivacious,
  • open and joyful,
  • severe and pallid,
  • fierce, clerical,
  • uncommonly long and dismal,
  • meek meditative,
  • grave and majestical,
  • pale immovable,
  • singularly sweet and pleasant,
  • beauteous and expressive,
  • lively energetic,
  • ordinarily rubicund,
  • bright and healthful,
  • unblushing and complacent,
  • handsome, diabolical,
  • thoughtful and somewhat sad,
  • courageous, wise,
  • distressed, anxious,
  • unnaturally staid,
  • blandly tolerant,
  • broadly honest,
  • normally pleasant and agreeable,
  • hopeful, expressive,
  • well-known and withered,
  • swollen, vindictive,
  • appealing, indignant,
  • solemn and unmoved,
  • proud, shaven,
  • astonishingly meek,
  • beautiful but demoniacal,
  • little but good,
  • delightful and joyful,
  • mild and usually joyous,
  • mute, glum,
  • awful didactic,
  • ordinary but mobile,
  • anxious and ominous,
  • still fresh and healthful,
  • candid circular,
  • full, gray-bearded,
  • eloquent upturned,
  • expressionless and death-like,
  • positive angry,
  • high inflamed,
  • peaky thoughtful,
  • undisturbed and serene,
  • usually serene and tranquil,
  • sweet piteous,
  • mild, majestic,
  • somber, honest,
  • open and tranquil,
  • pleasantly rubicund,
  • squat jewish,
  • pale and very frightful,
  • hard wicked,
  • smooth and singularly puerile,
  • nevertheless anxious,
  • open and mustached,
  • yellow, cheery,
  • calm and rosy,
  • sweet but sorrowful,
  • steady and unmoved,
  • grave and rather haughty,
  • fierce and variegated,
  • open, florid,
  • rugged and coarse,
  • sensible and somewhat interesting,
  • hitherto ruddy,
  • clear, round-eyed,
  • bearded, dour,
  • ruddy, open,
  • yellow and contorted,
  • haggard wooden,
  • holy beautiful,
  • harsh, energetic,
  • grave and even severe,
  • colossal and horrible,
  • rigid and cadaverous,
  • thy muffled,
  • powerful and sorrowful,
  • outlandish and unreadable,
  • open, good-humored,
  • intense, respectable,
  • lean, astute,
  • manly aristocratic,
  • enormous yellowish,
  • quisical,
  • dark and impressive,
  • artless, hopeful,
  • mischievous inscrutable,
  • ruddy and beautiful,
  • pale, haggard and swollen,
  • spiritual, pale,
  • tranquil and rustic,
  • somewhat livid and pale,
  • hideous, morose,
  • upturned, sturdy,
  • usually unsmiling,
  • modest, christ-like,
  • lean, stingy,
  • pompous, haughty,
  • wonderfully genial,
  • heavenly patriarchal,
  • haggard and bloody,
  • handsome and impassible,
  • pert skinny,
  • striking and highly intellectual,
  • coppery, swollen,
  • haggard and sorrowful,
  • shaven, handsome,
  • martial and open,
  • dusky and furrowed,
  • solemn, stern,
  • grand, benignant,
  • pious and undaunted,
  • savage truculent,
  • massive and noble,
  • bland but unsmiling,
  • sufficiently florid,
  • freckled, grief-stricken,
  • smooth and massive,
  • peculiarly chivalrous,
  • dauntless, energetic,
  • downcast and serious,
  • swarthy, broad,
  • colorless, stolid,
  • hitherto angry,
  • vacant and simple,
  • pugnacious, red,
  • moist, ruddy,
  • exceedingly noble and expressive,
  • brown and mustached,
  • good-looking, vacant,
  • noble and appealing,
  • animated and playful,
  • gentle and rather feminine,
  • cunningly colored,
  • acute and placid,
  • intellectual and even handsome,
  • usually mobile and merry,
  • venerable, weary,
  • manly beautiful,
  • broad, mobile,
  • still beauteous,
  • red, selfish,
  • vague, calm,
  • youthful, ruddy,
  • mild, bearded,
  • savage, truculent,
  • serene, sleepy,
  • peaceful and childish,
  • glorious but genial,
  • inflexible and dark,
  • bold and healthy,
  • once aggressive,
  • weatherbeaten mobile,
  • inflexible, wooden,
  • mournful, ominous,
  • open but resolute,
  • animated and fiery,
  • dark and malign,
  • handsome keen,
  • pallid and troubled,
  • morose and crabbed,
  • meditative and miserable,
  • sternly inquiring,
  • luxurious brunette,
  • intelligent but truculent,
  • beautiful, bashful,
  • sunburnt and sallow,
  • sallow and haggard,
  • dusky and anxious,
  • lean and evil,
  • merry open,
  • dark and vivacious,
  • prim and rigid,
  • lethargic, gentle,
  • dutch feminine,
  • spanish human,
  • wonderful, satanic,
  • steady serene,
  • inflamed and passionate,
  • peculiarly inflamed,
  • peculiarly inflamed and passionate,
  • always present and vacant,
  • joyous animated,
  • livid and bloated,
  • bright, docile,
  • large, even-tempered,
  • serene and affable,
  • modest and unabashed,
  • virginal undaunted,
  • majestic and happy,
  • dark perturbed,
  • smooth and cruel,
  • particularly stern and solemn,
  • haughty and unmoved,
  • now sour,
  • reasonable merry,
  • mild and rather sheep-like,
  • hard, insignificant,
  • pale but very intelligent,
  • frightful precise,
  • grave and almost careworn,
  • dark but expressive,
  • red and massive,
  • placid, apathetic,
  • coal-black moorish,
  • bearded and honest,
  • meager, pallid,
  • pale, romantic,
  • plaintive and inquiring,
  • pallid and thoughtful,
  • strangely attentive,
  • fierce gloomy,
  • pale gloomy,
  • tame crestfallen,
  • fair good-natured,
  • guileless ecclesiastical,
  • unfamiliar, reddish,
  • eminently clerical,
  • stern, wrathful,
  • attractive, eager,
  • pimply pink,
  • fat, unimpressive,
  • hard ruddy,
  • superlatively grave,
  • soft, round-eyed,
  • feeble female,
  • wrinkled and careworn,
  • flow-metal,
  • stern, parental,
  • red and radiant,
  • serene and healthful,
  • affable, open,
  • grave and stout,
  • handsome and open,
  • agreeable, good-natured,
  • erstwhile placid,
  • honest, brawny,
  • fair mild,
  • blandly receptive,
  • fine benevolent,
  • grey, furrowed,
  • solemn and dull,
  • rather sheep-like,
  • anxious and crestfallen,
  • dark, freckled,
  • good-natured open,
  • pale but still beautiful,
  • almost careworn,
  • pale interesting,
  • slightly pockmarked,
  • infinitely wistful,
  • dark evil-looking,
  • wrinkled, shrewd,
  • entirely unmoved,
  • dark and bold,
  • long upturned,
  • pallid, bearded,
  • same non-committal,
  • enormous and unwashed,
  • enormous and inflamed,
  • cautious and sour,
  • healthy, sunshiny,
  • grey, cryptic,
  • richly scarred,
  • young flawless,
  • yellow, malignant,
  • happy and resolute,
  • theatrically solemn,
  • dreadfully stern and grim,
  • dreadfully stern,
  • cheerful, rubicund,
  • ghastly dreadful,
  • serene and impassible,
  • open florid,
  • vulgar and sinister,
  • rough, candid,
  • solemn, cadaverous,
  • cheerful and open,
  • guileless sweet,
  • good-natured and somewhat vacant,
  • simple, mild,
  • vehement, interested,
  • impassive, fleshy,
  • heavy, bilious,
  • facetious and appalling,
  • animated and rather wild,
  • french but savage,
  • impassively sinister,
  • indifferent social,
  • variable emphatic,
  • habitual fresh,
  • thoughtful, sallow,
  • shrewd, defiant,
  • morose, wrinkled,
  • grave, unsympathetic,
  • benevolent, grave,
  • scarred, martial,
  • grave, bronzed,
  • mystic, bearded,
  • florid benevolent,
  • sullen and degraded,
  • usually unmoved,
  • hideous, contorted,
  • distinctly guilty,
  • dark dour,
  • open cheerful,
  • gracious and interesting,
  • black, bilious,
  • plain, sallow,
  • honest, placid,
  • noble and stern,
  • sallow, grave,
  • pallid, ashen,
  • unusually low and degraded,
  • strongly asiatic,
  • malignant, intellectual,
  • horrible fierce,
  • thin but florid,
  • wild and deadly pale,
  • detestable bearded,
  • wrinkled, discontented,
  • withered and dark,
  • resolute, intellectual,
  • white and terrifying,
  • expressive but capricious,
  • spirited and yet soft,
  • arrogant, morose,
  • frank masculine,
  • dull and submissive,
  • yellowish puffy,
  • angelic and mild,
  • austere and sepulchral,
  • sullen, serious,
  • pleasing and venerable,
  • scornful and austere,
  • foreign and haggard,
  • benevolent and honest,
  • intellectual and classic,
  • sensible and penetrating,
  • small patriarchal,
  • demure hypocritical,
  • delicious, virginal,
  • sober solid,
  • extraordinary and weird,
  • grave and demure,
  • wonderfully vacant,
  • bloated and filthy,
  • wan, sallow,
  • livid and death-like,
  • repulsive and savage,
  • pale and doubtful,
  • full and ruddy,
  • pale and grief-stricken,
  • smooth and rosy,
  • entirely repulsive,
  • otherwise solemn,
  • gentle, interesting,
  • frank, pleasing,
  • pale and gloomy,
  • strangely fair,
  • hardest and coldest,
  • stern and disdainful,
  • pale but placid,
  • heavy common,
  • once severe,
  • once rubicund,
  • once strong and handsome,
  • troubled, wrinkled,
  • hot and shiny,
  • severe and moody,
  • outwardly cheerful,
  • broadly wrinkled,
  • full, florid,
  • dour, stubborn,
  • open, ruddy,
  • impassive oriental,
  • usually rigid,
  • perfectly grim,
  • animated, happy,
  • majestic and sweet,
  • pale and secret,
  • ineffably sweet and serene,
  • sensible, benevolent,
  • grand and honest,
  • brown scarred,
  • prettiest and most fascinating,
  • bold, intelligent,
  • stupid, inanimate,
  • thy courageous,
  • energetic and self-reliant,
  • intelligent and expressive,
  • beautiful but deceitful,
  • expressive and intelligent,
  • long and sallow,
  • grave and stiff,
  • preternaturally benign,
  • commonly grave,
  • incredibly cordial and pleasant,
  • incredibly cordial,
  • horrendous little,
  • rough savage,
  • expressive and mobile,
  • fierce bearded,
  • upturned, beautiful,
  • open and pleasing,
  • noble and exquisitely beautiful,
  • open, expressive,
  • sad and cloudy,
  • scarred dark,
  • noble and severe,
  • mild and noble,
  • delicate, intellectual,
  • cheerful and serene,
  • handsome and expressive,
  • brown and lofty,
  • sombre, honest,
  • martial and daring,
  • otherwise sunny,
  • comely female,
  • otherwise fearsome and terrible,
  • rather cranky,
  • severe and dreadful,
  • otherwise fearsome,
  • tranquil and almost joyful,
  • handsome martial,
  • fearsome and terrible,
  • pale and troubled,
  • thin, mobile,
  • usually expressionless,
  • handsome, open,
  • open, independent,
  • pale and noble,
  • austere and very wise.
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