- v. Simple past tense and past participle of express.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Communicated in words.
- adj. Precisely and clearly expressed, leaving nothing to implication. Opposite of
- adj. communicated in words
- adj. precisely and clearly expressed or readily observable; leaving nothing to implication
“They expressed «strong regret» that Cyprus had not been unified before accession; noted that they were «determined to put an end to the isolation of the Turkish-Cypriot community» who had «expressed their clear desire for a future within the EU» - and said this to send a «signal of encouragement» to Turkish Cypriots.”
“My hope wasto underscore the inflammatory nature of the title expressed as an equally inflammatoryopposing view.”
“Another label expressed interest, but when the A & R man was asked to release the band, he said he would need money or points, or possibly both, before he would consider it.”
“In dealing with the voguish, momentary popularity of moments in this space recently senior moments, Zen moments, Maalox moments, I neglected the essence of the word expressed in the adjective momentous: “of great weight; of major significance.””
“The phrase expressed an American ideal, enunciated to the world to resounding applause by President Woodrow Wilson.”
“This term expressed a generational time-horizon, designed to school the American population to accept endurance and long-term incremental gains, rather than the overheated promises of rapid conquest that would export the American revolution transform the world in America's image.”
“The attitude you just expressed is unfortunately illconceived.”
“Making no attempt to conceal or even apologize for his lack of social media literacy during the Q&A, Sorkin expressed a decided desire for a less accelerated future.”
“There was a great deal of pain expressed by a number of people about their experiences around Prop 8 and the larger context of church policy regarding gay people.”
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