Definition of 'po-faced'
Example sentences containing 'po-faced'
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The woman in the bookshop certainly seems rather po-faced. Times, Sunday Times (2012) Getting po-faced about iconic images would not help. Times, Sunday Times (2011)All this po-faced hand-wringing is rather missing the point. The Sun (2011)She looks a bit po-faced. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Still, it does not pay to get too po-faced about this because then we miss the fun. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Life is too short to get all po-faced about athletes using Tinder or getting together for a roll in the snow. Times, Sunday Times (2014)That makes it sound so po-faced and worthy that I can feel a yawn overpowering me. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Did I really need to be so po-faced and serious? Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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