convey[ kuhn-vey ]SEE DEFINITION OF convey
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONVEY
But the voice from behind the door was not a servant's, nor did it convey the intelligence we all awaited.
We can convey the intelligence of your mischance to her: the porter will befriend you.
Mr Pancks answered, with an unction which there is no language to convey, 'We rather think so.'
It is there not so much to convey a meaning as to wake a meaning.
When I have no events to relate, still I must write to convey to you my sentiments.
It is useless to attempt to convey the impression of my misery.
My blood was in a cold boil—if the phrase can convey an idea.
But with what truthful yet reticent words can I convey the facts of Charley's case?
Candidly, he was attempting to convey the impression that I had taken a drop too much.
But the visitor could not convey celestial realities to terrene minds.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR CONVEY
- act on
- be in action
- bring about
- carry on
- get results
- produce a result