His grimaces, his gestures, his mutterings, sometimes diverted and sometimes terrified people who did not know him.
He could barely run and turning brought more grimaces of pain.
Granted, we saw only the grimaces of the revolution.
I can see his odd grimaces, and hear him swear so funnily in his speeches, as if it were but yesterday!
I got so many grimaces dressed as a nun at Run For Home, I think I'll wear the same!
grimaces of pain.
Johnson saw with more envy than became so great a man the villa, the plate, the china, the Brussels carpet, which the little mimic had got by repeating, with grimaces and gesticulations, what wiser men had written; and the exquisitely sensitive vanity of Garrick was galled by the thought that, while all the rest of the world was applauding him, he could obtain from one morose cynic, whose opinion it was impossible to despise, scarcely any compliment not acidulated with scorn.
An infant who grimaces during stimulation might be given a one, while an infant who cries and/or coughs during stimulation may be given a two.
In disorganized (hebephrenic) schizophrenia, the patient is incoherent, with flat or inappropriate emotions, disorganized behavior, and bizarre, stereotyped movements and grimaces.
Examples of simple motor tics include nose wrinkling, facial grimaces, eye blinking, jerking the neck, shrugging the shoulders, or tensing the muscles of the abdomen.
There's no response to smiles, grimaces and silly sounds.
GUENON (from the French, = one who grimaces, hence an ape), the name applied by naturalists to the monkeys of the African genus Cercopithecus, the Ethiopian representative of the Asiatic macaques, from which they differ by the absence of a posterior heel to the last molar in the lower jaw.
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