Definition of Expressing:
articulate; signify, mean
Synonyms of Expressing:
● Pop off
Opposite/Antonyms of Expressing:
● Close up
● Be quiet
Sentence/Example of Expressing:
It’s a dance that truly expresses what the soul feels in that very moment.
There’s something in between hardware and the player, and that should be expressed.
He praised Smith’s tempo and control, and he expressed confidence in the 36-year-old, who will start for the foreseeable future with Kyle Allen out with a dislocated ankle.
She wrote a stream of articles and bulletins expressing gender consciousness.
Ossoff’s campaign expressed confidence even as Perdue was likely to finish this round about two percentage points ahead.
Both sit on district advisory boards and expressed concern about the lack of outreach to parents about the impacts of the deal.
For months, advertisers have expressed that their number one desire is more federal spending to keep the economy afloat in the face of a pandemic that’s rapidly spreading.
We express our deepest condolences to Brandon, the entire Weems family, their loved ones, and the Akron community.
Kisha Borden, president of the local union, expressed concern that Measure C had passed.
Voters there and elsewhere in the Mid-City area expressed deep concerns about housing, homelessness and development.