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  • If n is large we can use any of the above for expressing it.
  • After expressing an early interest in music, she studied piano for six years.
  • He also wrote articles published more widely expressing his views on the conflict.
  • We may for example be only expressing our emotional feelings about these things.
  • Since a remote time, people had abandoned it, without order expressing their words.
  • The two hold each other close while expressing excitement for the birth of their child in two months.
  • However, his ideas changed as he found better directions or better ways of expressing his ideas.
  • Laird described the book as expressing the things we really believe rather than the things we say we believe.
  • It is just us expressing ourselves like a child does, you know, however he feels like then.
  • Here Anne is expressing her feelings of missing her husband when he is away.
  • These are thus two different ways of expressing the same quantity.
  • Brown is known for speaking out against slavery and expressing his feelings about the state of America.
  • There are other, more detailed ways of expressing the value of a business.
  • Hunt says that the role was a perfect fit for her, expressing who she actually was.
  • Hence, different ways of expressing the idea have been developed.
  • An increasing number of people started to have an interest in the network, expressing their interest in joining this project.
  • He received many letters from supporters, expressing their faith in him in stark terms.
  • For many of these composers, chamber music was the natural vehicle for expressing their national characters.
  • The term "hundred languages of children" refers to the many ways that children have of expressing themselves.
  • He also made an appearance in the credits, expressing a desire to be left alone when he is out in public.
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Root form of expressing is express for the verb.

Meaning of expressing

  • verb Give expression to
    She showed her disappointment
  • verb Articulate; either verbally or with a cry, shout, or noise
    She expressed her anger, He uttered a curse
  • verb Indicate through a symbol, formula, etc.
    Can you express this distance in kilometers?
  • verb Manifest the effects of (a gene or genetic trait)
    Many of the laboratory animals express the trait
  • verb Send by rapid transport or special messenger service
    She expressed the letter to Florida