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face (eyes, mouth) movements: English glossary

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say something very loudly
shout
shout something
or make a ​loud ​noise,
usually when you are ​angry
yell
make a loud,
high noise with your voice
because you are afraid or hurt
scream
look straight ahead
without moving your eyes
stare
look at someone or something
for a long time
gaze
look in ​great ​surprise
at someone or something,
especially with an ​open ​mouth
gape
look at someone in an angry way
glare
look somewhere for a short time
glance
smile and make sounds
with your voice
because something is funny
laugh
make the corners
of your mouth go up
so that you look happy or friendly
smile
smile a big smile
grin
make air come out of your throat
with a short sound
cough
look angry or worried
by moving your eyebrows
close together
frown
make air suddenly come out
through your nose and mouth
sneeze
move your head
up and down
as a way of agreeing
nod
take a deep breath
with your mouth wide open,
because you are tired or bored
yawn
close and open your eyes
quickly
blink
close and then open one eye
quickly in order to be friendly
or to show that something is a joke
wink
partly ​close ​your ​eyes
in ​order to ​see more ​clearly
squint
produce tears
from your eyes
because you are not happy
cry
complain in an annoying way
whine
make a noise
when you breathe out,
often because you are sad
sigh
make your tongue come forward
from the mouth
stick your tongue out
stuck your tongue out
stuck your tongue out
push the ​lower ​lip ​forward
to show you are ​annoyed
pout
force out the liquid in your mouth
spit spat spat
break food
between your teeth
as a part of eating
chew
cut something using your teeth
bite bit bitten