grimace in English

noun
1
an ugly, twisted expression on a person's face, typically expressing disgust, pain, or wry amusement.
she gave a grimace of pain
synonyms: scowl frown sneer face
verb
1
make a grimace.
I sipped the coffee and grimaced
synonyms: scowl frown sneer glower lower make a face make faces

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Below are sample sentences containing the word "grimace" from the English Dictionary. We can refer to these sentence patterns for sentences in case of finding sample sentences with the word "grimace", or refer to the context using the word "grimace" in the English Dictionary.

1. 8 a grimace of pain.

2. An ugly grimace twisted her face.

3. You shouldn't grimace before you lunge.

4. She made a wry grimace.

5. Is one person’s smile another’s grimace?

6. 22 His lips contorted into a grimace.

7. 11 A grimace distorted her fine mouth.

8. 4 An ugly grimace twisted her face.

9. 1 She made a wry grimace.

10. 7 His face twisted into a grimace.

11. The old man Affrighted the baby with a grimace

12. 3 His face twisted in a grimace of pain.

13. 6 'What's that?' she asked with a grimace.

14. He acknowledged his mistake with a wry grimace.

15. Adam's simile, not his, thought Rufus with a grimace.

16. Those women who grimace, they' re all in my head

17. 23 She made a grimace at the prospect.

18. Compare smirk, sneer, frown, scowl and grimace. Sentencedict.com

19. 5 He acknowledged his mistake with a wry grimace.

20. 17 Danjit's Mars-tanned features smoothed in a sensual grimace of pleasure.

21. 13 Occasionally he would grimace and swallow hard, his lips going tight.

22. 18 Bernie gave a grimace of disgust and left the room.

23. 10 Adam's simile, not his,(www.Sentencedict.com) thought Rufus with a grimace.

24. Once in a while, she seemed to sneer and made a grimace of revulsion.

25. 16 Even its grimace is empty, Warted with quartz pebbles from the sea's womb.

26. 24 The woman at the breakfast table screwed her mouth into a grimace.

27. 14 His expression ranges from a painful grimace to a slight smile.

28. 20 But her bladder demanded attention. With a grimace of irritation, Chesarynth jacked out.

29. 21 Even its grimace is empty, Warted with quartz pebbles from the sea's womb.

30. Thomas made a little grimace, perhaps he thought the wine was sour. Sentencedict.com

31. 9 Helen made a grimace of disgust when she saw the raw meat.

32. 2 Thomas made a little grimace, perhaps he thought the wine was sour.

33. 23 Once in a while, she seemed to sneer and made a grimace of revulsion.

34. 30 He saw me without surprise, with a small smile, almost a grimace, on his face.

35. 26 Once in a while, she seemed to sneer and made a grimace of revulsion.

36. 25 He took another drink of his coffee. "Awful," he said with a grimace.

37. 19 It is a world in which the grimace is often more eloquent than the phrase.

38. The latter made a grimace at the two women and gleefully hurried out behind Tu Wei - yueh.

39. 28 He was runty and snuffling and the left half of his face had a permanent grimace.

40. 27 Her arms and legs were spread like a flayed hide; her face was a gargoyle's grimace.

41. 21 Her face was twisted into a distorted grimace and her muscles all over her body had gone rigid.

42. 15 With a grimace she grabbed her hair and twisted it into a knot on top of her head.

43. 12 The hood framed her expressive face, emphasising the grimace of determination before she lowered herself into the starting blocks.

44. 29 Her severed head flopped on a bin of guts, yellow beak in a grimace - take me with you?

45. [Middle English babewin, from Old French babuin, gaping figure, gargoyle, Baboon, perhaps blend of Old French babine, muzzle, and babau, grimace.]

46. 14 Some, le rabouin, for example, are at the same time grotesque and terrible, and produce on you the effect of a cyclopean grimace.

47. It is, I believe, now about five months and six days since I have been under the grimace of a guard night and day, and within the walls, grates, and screeching iron doors of a lonesome, dark, dirty prison.