Synonym: face, make a face, pull a face. Similar words: primary, primarily, face to face, grin, grip, machiavellian, rim, trim. Meaning: ['grɪməs /grɪ'meɪs] n. a contorted facial expression. v. contort the face to indicate a certain mental or emotional state.
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1 She made a wry grimace.
2 Thomas made a little grimace, perhaps he thought the wine was sour.
3 His face twisted in a grimace of pain.
4 An ugly grimace twisted her face.
5 He acknowledged his mistake with a wry grimace.
6 'What's that?' she asked with a grimace.
7 His face twisted into a grimace.
8 a grimace of pain.
9 Helen made a grimace of disgust when she saw the raw meat.
10 Adam's simile, not his,(www.Sentencedict.com) thought Rufus with a grimace.
11 A grimace distorted her fine mouth.
12 The hood framed her expressive face, emphasising the grimace of determination before she lowered herself into the starting blocks.
13 Occasionally he would grimace and swallow hard, his lips going tight.
14 His expression ranges from a painful grimace to a slight smile.
15 With a grimace she grabbed her hair and twisted it into a knot on top of her head.
16 Even its grimace is empty, Warted with quartz pebbles from the sea's womb.
17 Danjit's Mars-tanned features smoothed in a sensual grimace of pleasure.
18 Bernie gave a grimace of disgust and left the room.
19 It is a world in which the grimace is often more eloquent than the phrase.
20 But her bladder demanded attention. With a grimace of irritation, Chesarynth jacked out.
21 Her face was twisted into a distorted grimace and her muscles all over her body had gone rigid.
22 His lips contorted into a grimace.
23 She made a grimace at the prospect.
24 The woman at the breakfast table screwed her mouth into a grimace.
25 He took another drink of his coffee. "Awful," he said with a grimace.
26 Once in a while, she seemed to sneer and made a grimace of revulsion.
27 Her arms and legs were spread like a flayed hide; her face was a gargoyle's grimace.
28 He was runty and snuffling and the left half of his face had a permanent grimace.
29 Her severed head flopped on a bin of guts, yellow beak in a grimace - take me with you?
30 He saw me without surprise, with a small smile, almost a grimace, on his face.
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