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Nancy, on the other hand, was incapable of communicating her wishes.

When the Internet was young and art was old, as has actually remained the case, we were promised new ways of communicating.

As La Russa said, “Leading is about communicating and inspiring people throughout the organization to perform at their best.”

The U.S. says it has evidence of Pakistani ISI agents communicating in real time with the attackers, a charge Pakistan denied.

“I've been expecting that I would be hearing from and communicating with them,” he noted with a touch of sadness.

In a hotel in the city of Antwerp, where we stayed for several days, we occupied adjoining bedrooms having a communicating door.

Since that hour there was no possible means of communicating with Lucknow, even though he had reached Allahabad safely.

The well-lighted hall was before her; the dining-room on one side; the library and a small room communicating on the other.

They are quite destitute of the art of drawing, and have no means of communicating their thoughts except by speech.

The power of communicating with one or other of our fellow-prisoners, at all hours, was a great relief to our feelings.


On this page you'll find 108 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to communicating, such as: relate, connect, convey, advertise, disseminate, and transfer.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.