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aspect expression on the face. [1/4 definitions]
birds of a feather a group of people who have similar interests, values, opinions, or backgrounds. (from the expression "Birds of a feather flock together.")
blank without expression, interest, or feeling. [1/6 definitions]
boo a loud expression of dislike. [1/4 definitions]
burst a sudden motion, event, or expression of feeling. [1/7 definitions]
compliment an expression of praise, admiration, or approval. [1/3 definitions]
congratulation (plural) used as an expression of good wishes or praise. [1/2 definitions]
contempt the feeling or expression of angry disgust at something wicked, mean, or not worthy. [1/2 definitions]
face a look or expression on the face that shows feelings. [1/8 definitions]
farewell an expression of good wishes that is said when people part. [1/2 definitions]
heaven (plural) an expression of surprise. [1/4 definitions]
herd the common people; most people. The expression "He (or she) follows the herd" means that a person tends to do what everybody else does, like a cow in a herd, and does not think for himself or herself. [1/4 definitions]
interjection a word or expression that shows strong feeling; exclamation. "Oh no!" and "Oops!" are examples of interjections.
interrogative a word, phrase, or other expression that is often used to ask a question. "When" is an interrogative in the sentence, "When will they arrive?" [1/2 definitions]
laugh to express happiness, amusement, ridicule, or other feelings, by making sounds with the mouth and changing the face to an expression like a smile. [1/3 definitions]
muzzle something that holds back or stops free expression. [1/6 definitions]
obscure not clear in meaning or expression. [1/4 definitions]
pout1 to show unhappy feelings with an expression of the face. When children pout, they often push out their lips.
respect (plural) a polite expression of greeting or esteem. [1/6 definitions]
salute to greet with an expression of respect or good will. [1/3 definitions]
smile to wear an expression on the face in which the corners of the mouth turn up and the eyes get brighter. Smiling usually shows that a person is happy, amused, or friendly. [1/2 definitions]