expressible

[ UK /ɛkspɹˈɛsəbə‍l/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. capable of being expressed
    an expressible emotion
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How To Use expressible In A Sentence

  • To his inexpressible relief, the fledgling came back into sight, still flying in a broad circle, rather than striking off to the east.
  • Information of your being lost, beame an inexpressible Affliction. Exilius
  • Sounds do have certain mathematically expressible accidents, but the science of proportions does not establish the substance or nature of sounds.
  • The fear, the sorrow, the cries and lamentations of the poor inhabitants are unexpressible; every one begging pardon, and embracing each other, crying, Forgive me, friend, brother, sister! Our Day In the Light of Prophecy
  • Any ale drapers and mutton mongers at the back should sit up straight and stop fiddling with their inexpressibles. Times, Sunday Times
  • He felt a sudden inexpressible loneliness.
  • It seemed to speak of an intense pressure, a little circle of unending pain, unreachable and inexpressible, utterly private. THE DEVIL'S OWN WORK
  • His interpretation of WL nicely illustrates how, on his view, physiological experiments can yield mathematically expressible results, not about the physical, somatic processes involved in sensation, but about the relationships among these sensations as apperceived, i.e., as psychological elements and objects of consciousness. Wilhelm Maximilian Wundt
  • The news filled him with inexpressible delight/joy/horror/pain.
  • an expressible emotion
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