The college administration will not countenance cheating.
Father refuses to give countenance to your plans.
Her countenance is like the flowers and the moon.
They would not countenance our suggestion.
I put him clean out of countenance just by looking at him.
I am surprised (to learn that) you give countenance to such conduct.
I made a fierce countenance as if I would eat him alive.
Her countenance looked careworn as she bent over her pile of mending.
Her countenance fell.
Her mild but speaking countenance manifested a strong sympathy in the anticipated agony of the suppositious sufferer.
There was neither coarseness nor want of shadowing in a countenance that was exquisitely regular and dignified, and surpassingly beautiful.
Feeling gave expression to her countenance and softness to her voice, rendering her who was always beautiful trebly seductive and winning.
In proportion as her inward wounds closed, her grace and beauty blossomed once more on her countenance, but more thoughtful, more reposeful.
When Tom’s companions drank to the Hans en Kelderr, or Jack in the low cellar, he could not help displaying an extraordinary complacence of countenance.
The vainglorious presence of Marilyn Monroe is placed alongside the subdued countenance of Mother Theresa, Che Guevara glares vehemently in opposition to the pacifistic visage of Mahatma Gandhi.
The actor had a handsome and distinguished countenance.
The British government would countenance no such thing.
His countenance was overlaid with legible meanings.
Thou changest his countenance, and sendeth him away.
How good it is to see your countenance again!
But European leaders won't countenance writing off debts before Greece commits to reforms.
But European leaders won’t countenance writing off debts before Greece commits to reforms.
A countenance more in sorrow than in anger.
Mothers were walking the streets, with sympathizing countenances and anxious hearts.
The prostrate groveler struggled halfway up, exhibiting the bloated and filthy countenance of a drunkard.
The light of his countenance is over all the world.
Yes, yes; I see plainly by Tim's countenance, neighbor Derby, that he's disposed to oblige you.
It seemed to me that there was more sorrow than anger in his rigid and contained countenance.
There was the same high, shining head, the same circular bristle of red hair, the same bloodless countenance.
Affected by the solemnity of the scene, there was a wondering gaze of incredulous curiosity in his countenance.
Then a light came into his countenance, and he said briefly, She's good! Everybody and everything loves her.
She seated herself by me again: her countenance grew sadder and graver, and her clasped hands trembled.
Sir Francis watched the procession with a sad countenance, and, turning to the guide, said, " A suttee" .
In Clym Yeobright's face could be dimly seen the typical countenance of the future.
Light dawned on Stoick the Vast's stupid countenance.