Express [adjective]

Definition of Express:

certain, precise

Opposite/Antonyms of Express:

Sentence/Example of Express:

By not expressing her concerns, she demonstrated an incredible lack of moral courage.

When cheer parent Jonathan Ingalls questioned the decision in messages on the BAND app, where parents communicate with coaches, other parents also chimed in to express concerns.

The Pennsylvania ruling is an example, she said, but judges have expressed qualms even in rulings that upheld restrictions.

The comments, which echo suspicions Biden has expressed in recent weeks, highlight the extraordinary division between the two candidates.

Olympus and Panasonic have both recently expressed their commitment to the much-smaller Micro Four Thirds format, but Canon’s EOS-R and Nikon’s first-generation Z mirrorless cameras have seriously come down in price.

In the Sacramento Report, Sara Libby surveyed the San Diego delegation and several expressed support for a special session.

Hernandez said TikTok is a place where brands can engage with a community that’s expressing themselves creatively and without judgment or boundaries.

I spent half of each week away, but when my wife expressed her frustration, I would defend myself, saying that everything I did was for the good of the family.

The music expresses longing and yearning as well as the joy and ecstasy of union.

It is the development of character, the triumph of intellectuality and spirituality I have striven to express.'