expressly[ ik-spres-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF expressly
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXPRESSLY
This Robert had expressly declined to do, and Halbert felt very indignant.
With us there is left the soul, which is expressly said to be inconsumable.
But this cannot be, for he says expressly that he was one of the besiegers.
But he was married to Cleo, and, unless she expressly left him, he must stand by her.
They had been placed there expressly so as to know the moment of my arrival.
But he expressly acknowledges Goodyear to be the first inventor.
But Balbus expressly said that the walk "used up the whole of the area."
Lyell expressly denied that this is true of the animal and plant world.
A statute, in 1791, expressly forbade the whipping of female vagrants.
Mr. Blake expressly writes that his wife wishes to rough-it.