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Expressed

see synonyms of expressed

Adjective

1. expressed, uttered, verbalised, verbalized

communicated in words

Example Sentences:
'frequently uttered sentiments'

2. explicit, expressed

precisely and clearly expressed or readily observable; leaving nothing to implication

Example Sentences:
'explicit instructions'
'she made her wishes explicit'
'explicit sexual scenes'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Expressed

see synonyms of expressed
verb (transitive)
1. 
to transform (ideas) into words; utter; verbalize
2. 
to show or reveal; indicate
tears express grief
3. 
to communicate (emotion, etc) without words, as through music, painting, etc
4. 
to indicate through a symbol, formula, etc
5. 
to force or squeeze out
to express the juice from an orange
6. 
to send by rapid transport or special messenger
7.  express oneself
adjective (prenominal)
8. 
clearly indicated or shown; explicitly stated
an express wish
9. 
done or planned for a definite reason or goal; particular
an express purpose
10. 
of, concerned with, or designed for rapid transportation of people, merchandise, mail, money, etc
express delivery
an express depot
noun
11. 
a. 
a system for sending merchandise, mail, money, etc, rapidly
b. 
merchandise, mail, etc, conveyed by such a system
c. mainly US and Canadian
an enterprise operating such a system
12. Also called: express train
a fast train stopping at none or only a few of the intermediate stations between its two termini
13.  express rifle
adverb
14. 
by means of a special delivery or express delivery
it went express

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Expressed

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verb transitive
1. 
to press out or squeeze out (juice, etc.)
2. 
to get by pressure; elicit by force; extort
3. 
to put into words; represent by language; state
4. 
a. 
to make known; reveal; show
his face expressed sorrow
b. 
to show (a genetic trait)
5. 
to picture, represent, or symbolize in music, art, etc.
6. 
to show by sign; symbolize; signify
the sign + expresses addition
7.  US
to send by express
adjective
8. 
a. 
expressed and not implied; explicit
to give express orders
b. 
specific
his express reason for going
9. 
exact
she is the express image of her aunt
10. 
made for or suited to a special purpose
express regulations
11. 
fast, direct, and making few stops
an express train
12. 
characterized by speed or velocity
; specif.,
a. 
for fast driving
an express highway
b. 
high-speed
an express bullet
c. 
for high-speed projectiles
an express rifle
d. 
having to do with railway express, pony express, etc.
adverb
13. 
by express
noun
14.  Chiefly British
a. 
a special messenger; courier
b. 
a message delivered by such a messenger; dispatch sent swiftly
15. 
a. 
an express train, bus, elevator, etc.
b. 
an express rifle
16. 
the pony express
17.  US
a. 
a method or service for transporting goods or sending money or mail rapidly, but at extra cost
b. 
the goods transported or money sent by express
c. 
a business concern operating such a service
18. 
any method or means of swift transmission

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Expressed

see synonyms of expressed
tr.v. ex·pressed, ex·press·ing, ex·press·es
1.
a. To set forth in words; state: express an opinion.
b. To manifest or communicate, as by a gesture; show: expressed his anger with a frown. See Synonyms at voice.
c. To make known the feelings or opinions of (oneself), as by statement or art.
2. To convey or suggest a representation of; depict: The painting expresses the rage of war victims.
3. To represent by a sign, symbol, number, or formula: express a fraction as a decimal.
4. To squeeze or press out, as juice from an orange.
5. To send by special messenger or rapid transport: express a package to Los Angeles.
6. Genetics
a. To synthesize (a product, especially a protein) encoded by a gene: a gene that expresses an enzyme.
b. To manifest the effects of (a gene): Half of the people who inherit the gene express it.
c. To manifest (a genetic trait): All the mice in the study expressed the defect.
adj.
1. Definitely and explicitly stated: their express wish. See Synonyms at explicit.
2. Particular; specific: an express plan.
3.
a. Rapid and having few or no stops or interruptions: express delivery of packages; an express bus.
b. Of, relating to, or appropriate for rapid travel: express lanes on a freeway.
c. Designed for use in an express rifle: an express bullet.
adv.
By express delivery or transport.
n.
1.
a. A rapid, efficient system for the delivery of goods and mail.
b. Goods and mail conveyed by such a system.
2. A means of transport, such as a train, that travels rapidly and makes few or no stops before its destination.
3. Chiefly British
a. A special messenger.
b. A message delivered by special courier.

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