Expressionlessness-lacking expression

Beloved by Toni Morrison page 139

Deep down in her dark rown eyes, back behind the expressionlessness, was a palm held out for a penny which Denver would gladly give her, if only she knew how or knew enough abouther, a knowledge not to be had by the answers to the questions Sethe occasionally put to her:’

I figure it was less or lack of expression or emotion I just never knew this was actually a word.

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