v. To create a look suggesting a permanently suspended judgment accurate in its import of infinite possibility.
n. A look which suggests the suspension of all judgment.
“Leaving the ocean behind him and with the soft, floating body of an amoeba with legs and eyes and arms, he walked toward the gathering, more and more permanent shore, leaving deep footprints in the sand as the waves for a while continued to wash over them and wash them supremely out and walked now with a look of fode on his face, as if he had just been fully washed by the waters from which he had been born from, again.” Where Anything Is Possible, an Account of My Return to the Sea. Littoral Reach. 1836.