expressed[ ik-spres ]SEE DEFINITION OF expressed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXPRESSED
She was in his confidence in 1858-9, and he had a great regard for her, which he often expressed to me.
O the words of kindness, all to be expressed in vain, that flowed from her lips!
It is expressed in conduct, of course; but conduct may fail while the attitude can remain constant.
For once, he had expressed that fondness in a primitive fashion, and he was glad.
As he hurried to the door, he expressed again his admiration for the name.
It stands for something that cannot be expressed in any other way.
In her intensity of grief her thoughts became audible in expressed words.
We find that the deepest thoughts can be expressed in the simplest language.
But this paper is the soap-box of that chap, and his is the only point-of-view that'll be expressed in it.
The lowered physiognomy of Mr Verloc expressed a sombre and weary annoyance.