The correct answer is face.
B. primary attribute
C. inherited lands
The correct answer is (A) Face; look or expression of the face; facial expression; visage. Also, composure.
Countenance comes from Middle English cuntenaunce [behavior, bearing, self-control], Old French contenance, Latin continentia.
Examples of use:
- His countenance could not conceal his anger.
- She was able to keep her countenance despite the opposing members.