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


It expresses the same transparent innocence, the same mild love.

He expresses Himself through me; He expresses Himself through them; we all.

Occasionally it expresses the opinion only of its own members.

It expresses their nature and the Plains that made their nature.

When she is, as she expresses it, "moved to sin," nobody of her own colour can manage her.

Why indeed, he said, when any name will do which expresses the thought of the mind with clearness?

Cebes has also an objection, which like Simmias he expresses in a figure.

This, however, like a prophet he expresses in a sort of riddle, for 'Know thyself!'

In this he expresses a truth rather than a merely clever epigram.

That sounds very much like a Chinese word, and expresses his feelings, too!