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  • The man looked at her with a strange, far-away expression in his eyes. Cited from Grace Harlowe's Sophomore Year at High School, by Jessie Graham Flower
  • The answer of the last message sent is the result of the entire expression.
  • There are several ways to represent the same list as an S-expression.
  • She had a far-away expression in her eyes. Cited from Police!!!, by Robert W. Chambers
  • You see an expression of how I feel about Victoria and the boys.
  • It assumed the self-satisfied expression of a man who had carried his point. Cited from Blind Love, by Wilkie Collins
  • Lee's principal of self-expression was applied to his poetry as well.
  • An art form is the specific shape, or quality an artistic expression takes.
  • A far-away expression came into his eyes. Cited from The Man in Gray, by Thomas Dixon
  • The medium has been a popular and fundamental means of public expression throughout human history.
  • Conditions are usually extended regular expressions, although there are other forms of condition also.
  • Since both expressions equal the size of the same set, they equal each other.
  • We consider two such regular expressions equal if they describe the same language.
  • The following expressions also express the idea of a point of no return.
  • However, even fine art often has goals beyond pure creativity and self-expression.
  • This theme was clearly an expression of the director's life experience.
  • He went towards her, and gazed into her deep-sea eyes, which had a far-away expression. Cited from A Journey in Other Worlds, by J. J. Astor
  • In a mathematical expression, the order of operation is carried out from left to right.
  • They became a mode of chosen sexual self-expression for some women in the 1990s.
  • An expression that can mean anything, means nothing.
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Meaning of expression

  • noun The feelings expressed on a person's face
    a sad expression, a look of triumph, an angry face
  • noun Expression without words
    tears are an expression of grief, the pulse is a reflection of the heart's condition
  • noun The communication (in speech or writing) of your beliefs or opinions
    expressions of good will, he helped me find verbal expression for my ideas, the idea was immediate but the verbalism took hours
  • noun (genetics) the process of expressing a gene
  • noun The act of forcing something out by squeezing or pressing
    the expression of milk from her breast