(not comparable) Moving or operating quickly, as a train not making local stops. | (comparable) Specific or precise; directly and distinctly stated; not merely implied. | Truly depicted; exactly resembling.
How to use Express in a Sentence?
I cannot express the manly indignation of the worthies we left in there at such sportiveness.
We are getting too civilized for that now, and most of the express comes over in a special wagon.
I really cannot express the pleasure your letter and that of your Lorchen caused me.
It would take five days and nights in a fast express train to travel straight across it.
Will you be so kind as to express my felicitations to the Japanese forces engaged?
I cannot express how much I was delighted with the sallies of my new acquaintance.
The poor Hungarian population would certainly express their gratitude for such assistance as that!
I cannot well express my anxiety to see you, my ever kind father, after so long an absence!
Philip Freneau was the first American who sought to express his life in poetry.
I had an opportunity to express to Colonel Smith my angry disgust at such savagery.
It filled her to the full with an ecstasy of devotion which required no words in which to express itself.
At its widest part you could not cross it in a fast express train in less than five days and nights.
Then the discussion followed, and each member present was allowed ten minutes in which to express his views.
It will be understood that such symbols may be greatly modified to express the various peculiarities of the plugs and jacks which they represent.
He had imagined she would express her approval in some way, but she seemed to take it all as a matter of course.
Banfi alone preserved his usual grand seignorial gaiety, which could even express anger with a smiling countenance.
Pat a nuisance was beyond her powers of thought, and she could not even find words to express her scorn of such an impossible state of things.
It may be asked, what if a writer needs to express a very large number of similar ideas, say twenty?
Nay, that they are, and were, created for the express purpose of being devoted to death, spiritual and eternal.
Why apply a term, which seems to express merely a state of the intelligence, which all concede is necessitated, to an act of the will?
The Greeks were a refined people, who sought not to express their power by their art-works so much as their refinement.
I thank his Majesty for his kind message, and am proud to have it and glad to express my sincere reciprocation of its sentiments.
This last term, however it may be applied, seems better adapted to express a state of the intelligence, than an act of the will.
In the record on which the electorate was to express its judgment only a minor place was taken by the issues which had seemed of such importance in 1913.
Short Example Sentence for Express
He made his moustache and lips express judicious regret.
Oh, how slowly the express train travels!
How can I express it?
Then I must express my meaning in pantomime.
For my part, I cannot express what were my emotions.
Apafi could scarcely find words to express his gratitude for such an offer.
He assumed his human nature for the express purpose of dying upon the cross.
I have long had an idea in my head, but have never yet dared to express it.
Did not the Egyptians express their power of character in their ornaments?
But I don't know how to express myself.
Hence, as a rule, it is better to express even a negative in positive form.
What American poets express a similar need of nearness to nature?
No words can express my feelings on reading your letter of the 1st of March.
She was never known to express the least Disgust with any of her Domestics.
He had heard Mrs. Yorke express the same sentiments a few days before.
I don't know how to express my gratitude for such an honour.