Domande riguardo a frasi esempio con, spiegazione d'utilizzo di "Countenance"s

Il significato di "Countenance" In varie frasi ed espressioni.

Q: Che cosa significa countenance?
A:
Used as a verb:
All applications must be received by December 31. The university will not countenance late applications.

Used as a noun:
As she alighted from the car, her sad countenance confirmed the news that her father had died. Her eyes were wet and she was trying her best not to cry.
Q: Che cosa significa countenance divine?
A:

The face of God.
Q: Che cosa significa countenance?
A: as a noun it's like self-control, tranquility, as a verb it's "to approve, to encourage"

Frasi esempio "Countenance"

Q: Mostrami delle frasi esempio con countenance.
A: countenance is not used very much but here!
The man had a very sensitive countenance.
Even though she is young, her countenance makes her look older.
Countenance is a person’s face or facial expression.
Q: Mostrami delle frasi esempio con countenance.
A: Thank you. I got it
Q: Mostrami delle frasi esempio con countenance.
A: Her countenance looked troubled

Parole simili a "Countenance" e le sue differenze

Q: Qual è la differenza tra countenance e visage ?
A: Very rarely used words. I had to look up visage as I had never heard of it.
Q: Qual è la differenza tra countenance e expression ?
A: You can change your facial expressions, but not your countenance:
His facial expressions tell he isn't pleased.
He's got a stern countenance.

Altre domande riguardo "Countenance"

Q: “He looked about him with so black a countenance as made the attendants tremble.”
(彼は従者を震え上がらすほどの険悪な顔つきで周囲を見た)

Well, I’m a little confused by the sample in my textbook, so can I borrow your hand?

The unclear points are as follows.

・The expression “He looked about him...” sounds somewhat odd to me, as if he is looking at himself, but is that the correct usage?

・Does “black” have that kind of nuance?

・Is “with so black a countenance...” the grammatically correct word order?

Sorry for asking so many questions at once but thank you for your patient in advice. 🙇‍♂️
A: It is a very literary, fancy way to say, “He looked around with a face that was so concerned that it made the attendants tremble.” Or “…so determined…” instead of concerned.

The original phrasing is correct but not how people normally speak. You see that kind of structure more in stories, especially older ones.

“Black” here can mean very concerned or troubled, or it can mean he’s determined to do something dark or bad.

He looked about him means he looked around him, or he looked around himself at his surroundings.
Q: Which would you use?

1. It depends on your countenance.
2. It depends on your face expression.
3. It depends on your facial expression.
A: It depends on your *facial* expression.
Q: I for one countenance your proposal but it's doubtful that people will accept it. sembra naturale?
A: I support your proposal, but I doubt that people will accept it.

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