Definition of countenance:
leave, abet, calmness, warrant, warrantee, uphold, self-composedness, precede, get, expression, accredit, admit, eye, secondment, provide, give something/someone the green light, appropriate, patsy, allow for, approve, sucker, promote, equilibrium, assist, have, encourage, serenity, face, feature, support, aplomb, gull, kisser, give up, chump, composure, placidity, stock-purchase warrant, collectedness, let, tranquillity, aid, smiler, physiognomy, study at face, second, soft touch, consent, glare, repose, authorisation, grimace, mug, lease, express, grant, embolden, look kindly on something, take into account, face, Phiz, self-possession, guarantee, pan, map, condone, mugful, tranquilness, imprimatur, authority, long face, sanction, puss, blurb, advocate, sangfroid, recognize, endorsement, permit, instigate, coolness, mark, visage, indorsement, imperturbability, surface, earmark, OK, set aside, reserve, cool, incite, stock warrant, fool, warranty, allow, muzzle, recommend, authorization, osculator, mask, tolerate, rent, expression, fall guy, composedness, frown.
- appearance (part of speech: noun)
- behavior (part of speech: noun)
- "The Sand-Hills of Jutland", Hans Christian Andersen.
- "The Parent's Assistant", Maria Edgeworth.
- "The Wisdom of Father Brown", G. K. Chesterton.