Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of expresser.

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Examples

  • I would say that it is not only sad people who are at greater risk for coronary heart disease, but also non-expressers who burden their brains with self consciousness about lip movement, mouth openness or social propriety about the "extent" to which one expresses happiness.

    Srinivasan Pillay: Heart Health: Being Mindful of a Happy Heart

  • Years ago, OUR ideas, or the ideas that are the opposite of his, would have been suppressed with a pile-on and everyone would have beaten the expressers of the opinion with a stick and banned them and so forth.

    MIND MELD: Books That Hold Special Places in Our Hearts and On Our Shelves

  • Music's emotional expressivity is a philosophical problem since the paradigm expressers of emotions are psychological agents, who have emotions to express.

    The Philosophy of Music

  • Currently the subpopulations of Herceptin-refractory breast cancer and low expressers of HER-2 are considered for Avastin treatment.

    Genentech Gears Up For ASCO

  • There in its essence is the position of writers: expressers of their native language - the chief binding force of the nation, of the very earth its people occupy, and at best of its national spirit.

    Alexandr Solzhenitsyn - Nobel Lecture

  • The hour has come for democracy in America to inaugurate itself in the two directions specified—autochthonic poems and personalities—born expressers of itself, its spirit alone, to radiate in subtle ways, not only in art, but the practical and familiar, in the transactions between employers and employ’d persons, in business and wages, and sternly in the army and navy, and revolutionizing them.

    Poetry To-Day in America—Shakspere—The Future. Collect

  • The hour has come for democracy in America to inaugurate itself in the two directions specified -- autochthonic poems and personalities -- born expressers of itself, its spirit alone, to radiate in subtle ways, not only in art, but the practical and familiar, in the transactions between employers and employ'd persons, in business and wages, and sternly in the army and navy, and revolutionizing them.

    Collect ; from Complete Poetry and Collected Prose

  • The hour has come for democracy in America to inaugurate itself in the two directions specified -- autochthonic poems and personalities -- born expressers of itself, its spirit alone, to radiate in subtle ways, not only in art, but the practical and familiar, in the transactions between employers and employed persons, in business and wages, and sternly in the army and navy, and revolutionizing them.

    Complete Prose Works Specimen Days and Collect, November Boughs and Goodbye My Fancy

  • Hence a great number of such as were professionally expressers of Beauty, as painters, poets, musicians, and actors, have been more than others wont to lead a life of pleasure and indulgence; all but the few who received the true nectar; and, as it was

    Essays — Second Series

  • Milk volumes were very small in both groups - about 1 milliliter - which may have seemed normal to the hand expressers but inadequate to those using the machine's large collecting cup.

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