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Sentence count:105+5 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-01-23Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: appearanceexpressionfacediscountenanceSimilar words: maintenancesustenancetenancypenancecounterencountercountermandcounterpartMeaning: ['kaʊntənəns]  n. 1. the appearance conveyed by a person's face 2. formal and explicit approval 3. the human face (`kisser' and `smiler' and `mug' are informal terms for `face' and `phiz' is British). v. consent to, give permission. 
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1, A merry heart makes a cheerful countenance
2, I would not give/lend countenance to such a plan.
3, Her countenance is like the flowers and the moon.
4, He was of noble countenance.
5, All colour drained from her countenance.
6, We will never countenance violence, however serious the threat against us.
7, How could you countenance such behaviour?
8, Her father won't countenance her marrying a foreigner.
9, The school will not countenance bad behaviour.
10, They would never countenance lying.
11, They would not countenance our suggestion.
12, Father refuses to give countenance to your plans.
13, I will not countenance you being rude to Dr Baxter.
14, Jake would not countenance Janis's marrying while still a student.
15, I made a fierce countenance as if I would eat him alive.
16, How could I possibly countenance such thoughts?
17, Francis's owl-like countenance obtruded again.
18, Carl Lewis' countenance was virtually put into mothballs.
19, Despite his troubles, his countenance was always friendly.
20, Would he really countenance such a daft proposal?
21, Abetted by her husband,( she refused to countenance the renunciations which Henry was to make in the peace treaty.
22, He said that he would not countenance such an attack, and ordered Clark to call it off.
23, In no way will we countenance terrorism in order to advance our cause.
24, At the sight of this photograph he changed his countenance.
25, When Tom's companions drank to the Hans en Kelderr, or Jack in the low cellar, he could not help displaying an extraordinary complacence of countenance.
26, He remembered the merchant, long, lanky, and lugubrious of countenance.
27, However, rarely can the political, social and other forces existing in the organisation countenance such change.
28, Mr White Face continued to sit cross-legged, gazing up at me, his tusked countenance quite inscrutable.
29, Though short in stature, Genda was endowed with a strong fighting spirit which was reflected in his hawk-like countenance.
30, Then she put down the hairbrush and inspected her countenance.
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