Origin of stony-faced
Examples from the Web for stone-faced
Previous Beltrán Leyva henchmen had nicknames like El Grande or La Barbie and were stone-faced killers.
Her daughter, sitting at the defense table, was stone-faced.
For a second this morning, Madoff glanced at his victims, stone-faced.
It is another great town, like all the others, built with high stores, and great houses and stone-faced blocks.North America, Volume II (of 2)|Anthony Trollope
All this lay external to the stone-faced ramparts, upon which stood heavy siege-guns, ostensibly to protect the town.With an Ambulance During the Franco-German War|Charles Edward Ryan
Consequently there was developed, through the centuries, a series of stone-faced andenes, terraces or platforms.Inca Land|Hiram Bingham
He was about a half-a-mile from where the barges lay moored against the stone-faced embarkment.Wang the Ninth|Putnam Weale
He was admitted to the huge house by a stone-faced butler, who led him through a maze of corridors into a huge dining room.Bear Trap|Alan Edward Nourse