convey an impression of

See: delineate
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He had reached the age of sixteen then, I think, and without having bad features, or being deficient in intellect, he contrived to convey an impression of inward and outward repulsiveness that his present aspect retains no traces of.
Agatha again remonstrated with her, but immediately reproached herself with flippancy before Smilash, to whom she wished to convey an impression of deep seriousness of character.
The horizontal, uncluttered lines of the dashboard convey an impression of width and feature the cues associated with higher-end segments.
Promotional activities that convey an impression of farming practices are powerful representations that influence food choices, ACCC Commissioner Sarah Court said.
The music for the royal wedding does have to be the best of British and convey an impression of a vibrant culture.
He attempts to convey an impression of a dark mystery man, but even starry guests Regina Spector and Nick 'Yeah Yeah Yeahs' Zinner can't lift the mood of watery gloom, or pump up the far too slack musical muscle.
He added: 'Touching your ears can convey an impression of evasiveness.
The party set-pieces convey an impression of great animation despite very little room for manoeuvre, throwing into effective contrast the intimate scenes of Violetta and Alfredo's doomed rural idyll and her ultimate demise -but in this conclusion comes the only miscalculation.
In this Japanese form, flowers ,and leaves are arranged in vessels into harmonic, dynamic compositions--each a mannered attempt to convey an impression of nature.
Despite the growing presence of industry, Beato's pictures convey an impression of extraordinary refinement and natural beauty.
They cultivate a smooth delivery and try to convey an impression of detachment that places them above the rough and tumble of their subject matter.
Thin countertops crafted from satin-finished glass or black granite convey an impression of elegance and lightness, which is rounded off by their alignment with the cabinetry.