1. a contorted facial expression;
1. contort the face to indicate a certain mental or emotional state;
The boy stole a look at his father with grimace.
His lips contorted into a grimace.
The shape of child's grimace is applied to expose the product function.
She screwed her face into a smile ( grimace ).
She made a grimace at the prospect.
There is a pond by the city grimace.
What is making your heart grimace?
Thomas made a grimace after he had tasted the wine.
When people come to see the grimace.
There is a pond by the city of grimace.
When she got up off the ground, she had a grimace on her face.
He acknowledged his mistake with a wry grimace.
To signal the end of a conversation , clamp your hands over your ears and grimace.
At first it may feel completely fake and perhaps much a grimace thana smile.
However, that doesn't change the fact that I grimace each time the Rockets face them.
He quitted the mask for an agreeable grimace.
Compare smirk, sneer, frown, scowl and grimace.
It faintly seems like a grimace.
With a grimace that distorted his handsome face he turned away from her.
Do not grimace like that when the teacher is speaking.
Some of the smart ones , hiding themselves behind him, wrinkled their noses in a grimace.
His lips were drawn back in a grimace as his dead eyes latched onto her hungrily.
With a grimace, he pushed Joe's head out of his lap.
Thomas make a grimace after he have taste the wine.
Thomas made a little grimace, perhaps he thought the wine was sour.
To signal the end of a conversation, clap your hands over your ears and grimace.
He took another drink of his coffee. "Awful," he said with a grimace.
There is relatively little information about grimace, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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