She was not ugly; she had simply a plain, dull, gentle countenance.
Morris presented himself with a countenance sufficiently serene—he appeared to have forgotten the "insult" for which he had solicited Catherine’s sympathy two evenings before, and Dr. Sloper lost no time in letting him know that he had been prepared for his visit.
Make that remark, in that tone, and with that expression of countenance, to Mr. Townsend, and take a note of his answer.
She kept her pretty eyes, which were illumined by a sort of brilliant modesty, attached to his own countenance, and evidently paid the most earnest attention to each of his words.
There are no more uses of "countenance" in the book.