Jimmie's only reply was a wrinkling of his freckled nose in a grimace of extreme disgust and contempt.
"I'm going across to see her," he said, and Crewe made a grimace.
I watched his face; the muscles of it contracted into a grimace, then were smoothed again to calmness; he opened his eyes.
His lips were drawn away from them in a grimace of pure agony.
Coracle laughs too, but with the grimace of wolf baying the moon.
"Be not so sure of that," I ventured with a grimace, which I strove to make a smile.
He tried to twist his seamed 288 features into an ingratiating grin, but the effort was a failure, producing only a grimace.
While Fandor was going downstairs the pseudo Mme. Ceiron made a grimace.
"The word 'raw' being heavily accented," Nadia declared, with a grimace.
On taking the first mouthful, I made a grimace which was imitated by Sumichrast.
grimace 1651, from Fr. grimace, from M.Fr. grimache, from O.Fr. grimuche, possibly from Frank. (cf. O.S. grima), from same P.Gmc. root as grim, + pejorative suffix -azo (from L. -aceus).