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The workings of the heavens are expressed through the contrasting interplay of light and dark.

Your furry buddies might not express these behaviors while you’re around, but you can keep a watchful eye on them with a well-placed camera.

Fused people, in other words, appeared to be censoring statements largely because of their substance, not for the offensive way they were expressed.

How frustrating to have such a rich mental life and be stuck with such poor resources for expressing it!

During the hearing, Borgeas expressed concern that other cities would see what San Diego was doing and want to alter their revenue-sharing responsibilities, too.

When he expresses concern over her bruised and disheveled appearance, she lies and tells him that she fainted.

Also, he gave a lame excuse: ‘I couldn't find a pic that expresses both sides.’

Affection, after all, is what the in-group use of the n-word expresses.

But in reality, the sentiment it expresses is deeply serious.

There is a film of their first American press conference that expresses this perfectly.

The medium pitch expresses warmth, emotion, and the heart qualities.

Pitch corresponds to the range of the voice, and expresses affection or attraction.

“Ill-usage” expresses the date of the death of Columbus in 1506, as he died in great neglect.

“Chaplet”—a wreath or garland signed for by him in his ambitious hopes—expresses his birth-date by Con.

That fancy dialogue about expresses the legal value of the evidence for this important miracle.


On this page you'll find 84 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to expresses, such as: disclose, reveal, give, suggest, show, and communicate.

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