Countenance in a Sentence
Definition of Countenance
a person's face or facial expression
Use Countenance in a sentence
Even though Janet is a very young woman, her rough countenance makes her appear much older.
You could tell from Peter’s countenance that he was quite angry!
If you approach Jackson with that angry countenance, he will meet you with the same expression.
Despite Karen’s struggle with cancer, she always has a peaceful countenance.
Patrick arrived at work with a pleasant countenance.
While I try to maintain a stern countenance when I punish my daughter, I often forget myself and smile.
Santa Claus always has such a happy countenance!
It is obvious from your countenance you are having a bad day.
Although Harry made the apology, it was obvious from his countenance that his words were insincere.
The funeral director had a very somber countenance during the service.
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expression, face, look, facial expression
no antonyms for countenance