Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of express.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of express.

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Examples

  • Yet the word expresses a crucial truth—for the psychotherapist, not for the patient.

    Shrink Dreams

  • Yet the word expresses a crucial truth—for the psychotherapist, not for the patient.

    Shrink Dreams

  • Yet the word expresses a crucial truth—for the psychotherapist, not for the patient.

    Shrink Dreams

  • In these typical cases the title expresses Jesus 'consciousness of heavenly authority as well as self-sacrificing ministry, of coming exaltation as well as present lowliness; and the suffering and death which were the common lot of other sons of men were appointed for this Son of Man by a divine necessity.

    The Life of Jesus of Nazareth

  • A man who owns a dog is, in every sense of the word, its master: the term expresses accurately their mutual relations.

    Concerning Cats My Own and Some Others

  • If it be said that they are theatrical, we know not but that the term expresses their merit; for as

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 54, No. 334, August 1843

  • The term expresses at once the greatness and the nature of the change.

    Barnes New Testament Notes

  • They are, as the term expresses it, transubstantiated.

    Hymns of the Holy Eastern Church

  • While this platform is not in strictness a terrace, the term expresses this architectural feature with sufficient clearness.

    Houses and House-Life of the American Aborigines

  • The phrase expresses the belief that constitutional restrictions on governmental power must be balanced against the need for survival of the state and its people.

    The Guardian World News

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