express emotion

VERB
  1. give verbal or other expression to one's feelings
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How To Use express emotion In A Sentence

  • His eyes were red and I knew why he couldn't express emotion in his autobiographical work. Times, Sunday Times
  • How did we get to the point of relying on these numpties to encapsulate and express emotions on our behalf?
  • Being able to express emotion is a healthy safety valve for the relationship.
  • It was a reminder that for the past 16 years Americans have had two Presidents who would often extemporise and express emotion.
  • It is undoubted that review and summarize her tactics of express emotion will provide guidance and reference for the write of poems in the present age.
  • Debussy made as much use of silence as of sound to express emotion, and in the orchestration each instrument was given a delicate colour of its own to blend into the painting.
  • So what about percussion instruments: drums, cymbals, tympani - can they express emotion too?
  • Being able to express emotion is a healthy safety valve for the relationship.
  • It is far better to express emotions when they surface rather than feeling you need to keep a stiff upper lip. Healthy By Nature
  • It is very difficult to express emotions in email or news; your joking comment appear to be very serious to the recipient and can lead to unmeant reactions or conflicts (flames); so use emoticons to express your intention.
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