100 Words for Facial Expressions

beaverofrp:

  • Absent: preoccupied
  • Agonized: as if in pain or tormented
  • Alluring: attractive, in the sense of arousing desire
  • Appealing: attractive, in the sense of encouraging goodwill and/or interest
  • Beatific: see blissful
  • Bilious: ill-natured
  • Black: angry or sad, or see hostile
  • Bleak: see grim and hopeless
  • Blinking: surprise, or lack of concern
  • Blissful: showing a state of happiness or divine contentment
  • Blithe: carefree, lighthearted, or heedlessly indifferent
  • Brooding: see anxious and gloomy
  • Bug eyed: frightened or surprised
  • Chagrined: humiliated or disappointed
  •  Cheeky: cocky, insolent
  • Cheerless: sad
  • Choleric: hot-tempered, irate
  • Coy: flirtily playful, or evasive
  • Crestfallen: see despondent
  • Darkly: with depressed or malevolent feelings
  • Deadpan: expressionless, to conceal emotion or heighten humor
  • Dejected: see despondent
  • Derisive: see sardonic
  • Despondent: depressed or discouraged
  • Doleful: sad or afflicted
  • Dour: stern or obstinate; see also despondent
  • Downcast: see despondent
  • Dreamy: distracted by daydreaming or fantasizing
  • Ecstatic: delighted or entranced
  • Etched: see fixed
  • Faint: cowardly, weak, or barely perceptible
  • Fixed: concentrated or immobile
  • Furtive: stealthy
  • Gazing: staring intently
  • Glancing: staring briefly as if curious but evasive
  • Glaring: see hostile
  • Glazed: expressionless due to fatigue or confusion
  • Gloomy: see despondent and sullen
  • Glowering: annoyed or angry
  • Glowing: see radiant
  • Grim: see despondent; also, fatalistic or pessimistic
  • Grave: serious, expressing emotion due to loss or sadness
  • Haunted: frightened, worried, or guilty
  • Hopeless: depressed by a lack of encouragement or optimism
  • Hostile: aggressively angry, intimidating, or resistant
  • Hunted: tense as if worried about pursuit
  • Impassive: see deadpan
  • Inscrutable: mysterious, unreadable
  • Jeering: insulting or mocking
  • Languid: lazy or weak
  • Leering: see meaningful; also, sexually suggestive
  • Meaningful: to convey an implicit connotation or shared secret
  • Mild: easygoing
  • Mischievous: annoyingly or maliciously playful
  • Moody: see sullen
  • Pained: affected with discomfort or pain
  • Pallid: see wan
  • Peering: with curiosity or suspicion
  • Peeved: annoyed
  • Petulant: see cheeky and peeved
  • Pitying: sympathetic
  • Pleading: seeking apology or assistance
  • Pouting: see sullen
  • Quizzical: questioning or confused
  • Radiant: bright, happy
  • Roguish: see mischievous
  • Sanguine: bloodthirsty, confident
  • Sardonic: mocking
  • Scornful: contemptuous or mocking
  • Scowling: displeased or threatening
  • Searching: curious or suspicious
  • Set: seefixed
  • Shamefaced: ashamed or bashful
  • Slack-jawed: dumbfounded or surprised
  • Sly: cunning; see also furtive and mischievous
  • Snarling: surly
  • Sneering: see scornful
  • Somber: see grave
  • Sour: unpleasant
  • Stolid: inexpressive
  • Straight-faced: see deadpan
  • Sulky: see sullen
  • Sullen: resentful
  • Taunting: see jeering
  • Taut: high-strung
  • Tense: see taut
  • Tight: see pained and taut
  • Unblinking: see fixed
  • Vacant: blank or stupid looking
  • Veiled: see inscrutable
  • Wan: pale, sickly; see also faint
  • Wary: cautious or cunning
  • Wide eyed: frightened or surprised
  • Wild eyed: excited, frightened, or stressful
  • Wistful: yearning or sadly thoughtful
  •  Withering: devastating; see also wrathful
  • Woeful: full of grief or lamentation
  • Wolfish: see leeringand mischievous
  • Wrathful: indignant or vengeful
  • Wry: twisted or crooked to express cleverness or a dark or ironic feeling
[Credit]

theartofanimation:

KATSUO

"But then, is there cowardice in the acknowledgement of fear? Is there cowardice in being glad that you lived?"
— The Book Thief (via sara-wrote-this)

victoriousvocabulary:

STERNSCHNUPPE

[noun]

shooting star; falling star; a visual meteor appearing as a temporary streak of light in the night sky.

Etymology: German.

danverskate:

LIZ AND IAIN TRYING TO UNDERSTAND HOW TO MAKE SHIP NAMES AND THEN IAIN IS LIKE “THIS IS CALLED SHIPPING, RIGHT?” OH NO THIS INTERVIEW IS THE CUTEST THING EVER

Leo Fitz Week » Day Three: Favourite Relationship

narnia meme: [5/7] scenes 

narnia meme: [3/3] colours 
          Green

tagged → #Narnia #movies #fanart

casfucker:

finnickle-frackle:

mishas face.

JARED’S FACE

tundra-tiger:

NO

WHAT

NO

I COULDN’T FIGURE OUT WHAT WAS WRONG WITH MY STORY AS I WAS WRITING IT

UNTIL

I REALIZED I WAS WRITING A GROUP OF CHARACTERS AND THEIR SETS OF REACTIONS FELT INCOMPLETE

BECAUSE ONE OF THEIR GROUP DIED IN THE LAST BOOK

I WAS WAITING FOR HIM TO REACT OR PIPE UP OR SAY SOMETHING UNTIL I REMEMBERED I’D GONE AND KILLED HIM IN THE LAST BOOK