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Although much of our communication is written, we also communicate in person and that can include nonverbal communication (facial expressions, posture, eye contact, body movements, etc.). It’s equally important to control the message you’re conveying without ever saying a word.
1. Absent: preoccupied
2. Agonized: as if in pain or tormented