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


The epigrams are frequently pointed, and well expressed, and the complimentary verse is often skilful and well turned.

This, though not well expressed, must mean the produce of labour.

When she speaks you can easily understand every word and besides this, each thought is well expressed.

Evidently Master Gerarde had a good pair of eyes, and he has well expressed the things he saw.

Trees Worth KnowingJulia Ellen Rogers

This shows that the dilemma is not well expressed, and that there is a wide passage between the two perilous reefs.

TheodicyG. W. Leibniz

The relation of heredity and environment is well expressed in the case of language.

As it has been well expressed in the paradox of Poe, wisdom should reckon on the unforeseen.

Last and least, ideas that are only the repetition of other ideas, previously known, though not so well expressed.

But taking the case of ordinary pagan recklessness and pleasure seeking, it is, as we have said, well expressed in this image.

Alarms and DiscursionsG. K. Chesterton

Its effect is well expressed in the old proverb: "Between the King and the Inquisition we must not open our lips."

Spanish Life in Town and CountryL. Higgin and Eugne E. Street