expression[ ik-spresh-uhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF expression
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXPRESSION
I could keep only the effect of its expression and the few tones of your voice I heard.
It is easier to say what this expression is not, than what it is.
He appeared to need this light to read the expression on it.
We believe that all men have the right to freedom of thought and expression.
There was an expression of anxious concern on Elfreda's round face.
There was no lessening of the expression of certainty on the young man's face.
He entered with an expression of discomfiture on his rather vacuous countenance.
The forger smiled, and there was malignant triumph in his expression.
Mary regarded the girl with an expression that was inscrutable when she spoke again.
But there was no change in his expression beyond a more radiant smile.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR EXPRESSION
- communication that is not meant literally; stylistic device
- manner of speaking
- turn of phrase
- way of speaking