• When someone is straight-faced, it means that they have a serious, unsmiling face.

  • With a blank or serious facial expression, especially when trying to conceal one’s true feelings.
  • An expressionless face.

1. She is very straight-faced, but she has a warm heart.

 

2. Danny is straight-faced when he’s working, but he always smiles when he speaks.

 

3. I have a straight-face when I play poker.

 

4. I tried to keep a straight face when I saw Leonard show up in black leather pants.

blank, impassive, nobody home, poker-faced, serious, stony, unreadable, vacant, wooden

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