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A distortion of the countenance, whether habitual, from affectation, or momentary and occasional, to express some feeling, as contempt, disapprobation, complacency, etc.; a smirk; a made-up face
a distortion of the features, occasioned by some feeling of pain, disgust, etc
{n} an air of affectation, a wry mouth
If you grimace, you twist your face in an ugly way because you are annoyed, disgusted, or in pain. She started to sit up, grimaced, and sank back weakly against the pillow She grimaced at Cerezzi, then turned to Brenda. Grimace is also a noun. He took another drink of his coffee. `Awful,' he said with a grimace. to twist your face in an ugly way because you do not like something, because you are feeling pain, or because you are trying to be funny grimace at. an expression you make by twisting your face because you do not like something or because you are feeling pain
A distortion of the countenance, whether habitual, from affectation, or momentary and occasional, to express some feeling, as contempt, disapprobation, complacency, etc
purple, trombone-touting character who was a part of the Ronald McDonald & Friends McDonald's commercials from a while back Also refers to 1998 graduate and trombone section leader Michael McCorvey, for his uncanny ability to resemble Grimace when wearing all purple We have adopted Grimace as the Trombone Section Mascot (Message to drum line: WE WANT GRIMACE BACK )
{i} distortion of the facial features (to express disgust, disapproval, anger, etc.)
To make grimaces; to distort one's face; to make faces
{f} distort the facial features (to express disgust, disapproval, anger, etc.)
a contorted facial expression; "she made a grimace at the prospect" contort the face to indicate a certain mental or emotional state; "He grimaced when he saw the amount of homework he had to do
contort the face to indicate a certain mental or emotional state; "He grimaced when he saw the amount of homework he had to do
a contorted facial expression; "she made a grimace at the prospect"
To make grimaces; to distort ones face; to make faces
a smirk; a made-up face
contort the face to indicate a certain mental or emotional state; "He grimaced when he saw the amount of homework he had to do"
(2 syl ) Cotgrave says this word is from Grimacier, who was a celebrated carver of fantastic heads in Gothic architecture This may be so, but our word comes direct from the French grimace; grimacier, one who makes wry faces
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