Deadpan sentence example

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  • "Nothing has gotten into me," he replied in a deadpan voice.
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  • Fans love Kiernan because of his deadpan humor, relatability, and easy smile.
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  • Most of the time I was completely deadpan " .
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  • Max himself narrates with a stone-cold deadpan monologue that will send shivers down your spine and make you glad that you aren't Max Payne.
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  • Join Jack, the nation's best-loved deadpan comedian, as he takes you through life's pet hates.
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  • Sullivan could be temperamental; anyone who crossed him faced career disaster, and he was roundly criticized for his deadpan delivery.
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  • Jimmy and his buddies soon find themselves on the wrong side of their employer and his hitman, a wonderfully deadpan Steve Buscemi.
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  • He squinted at the camera and started trying to read the autocue in a totally deadpan manner.
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  • Another deliciously droll, deadpan comic delight from Jarmusch: small, but strangely beautiful.
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  • Perhaps Kirk (and Shatner) is at his best on the comedic episodes, with his deadpan reactions to hundreds of cascading tribbles, for instance.
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  • deadpan humor that was a trademark of Connery's returned.
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  • deadpan humor had come with age - I was wrong!
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  • deadpan wit.
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  • deadpan vocals, a certain likeness to Jarvis Cocker in their delivery.
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  • deadpan delivery helped him beat off competition from acts who were all nominated by the best comedy clubs from across the country.
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  • The deliciously deadpan humor is perfect for newly confident readers.
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  • Her manner is so deadpan that I thought she was sending me up, but not so.
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  • He was ruthless when needed, and his deadpan humor that was a trademark of Connery's returned.
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  • humourith his previous film, Kitchen Stories (2003 ), Hamer suffuses Factotum with an unflinching deadpan humor.
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  • incongruityvidently takes pleasure in such incongruities -- an illusion or expectation is set up and then punctured with deadpan nonchalance.
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  • Ross sang this one and his capacity for delivery outrageously lewd lyrics completely deadpan is always something to behold.
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  • The same rather listless deadpan succession of scenes, only loosely connected, with a haphazard sense of narrative.
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  • lugubrious baritone voice that renders his wonderful lyrics as wistful or deadpan hilarious as appropriate.
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  • The audience hangs on the president's every one-liner; the slightest deadpan twitch induces guffaws (pretzels not included ).
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  • The audience hangs on the president's every one-liner; the slightest deadpan twitch induces guffaws (pretzels not included).
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  • Seen as an answer to every teacher's dilemma of reluctant male readers, the deadpan wit and cartoonish character illustrations have what it takes to engage students and keep them reading.
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  • deadpan comedy in this episode.
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  • Although their costumes and deadpan humor led some to write Devo off as performance art rather than serious music, they were in fact extremely musically inventive.
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