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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpoker-facedˌpoker-ˈfaced adjective  EXPRESSION ON somebody'S FACEshowing no expression on your face a poker-faced officerpoker face noun [singular]
Examples from the Corpus
poker-facedThe checkers at the airport were poker-faced but affable.He champed on his gum in time to the music, and kept a poker-faced expression.Throughout his treatise Pope maintains the pose of the poker-faced instructor.Not even Will Rogers could make the poker-faced President laugh.
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