expressive

(redirected from expressiveness)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
References in periodicals archive ?
On Friday night, however, Stowell's emotion-laden spiraling choreography also brought out in Olivier Wevers a new fluidity and expressiveness.
The remarkable expressiveness, naturalness and branding capabilities in ScanSoft's new TTS voices convinced us that RealSpeak 4.
It's a highly theatrical work that plays both on the troupe's technical virtuosity and on the powerful individuality and expressiveness of its dancers.
1--the one inspired by AIDS--lacked expression and expressiveness.
Circa 1950, inspired by the expressiveness of the celebrated red and black stones at a site near Daloa, Ivory Coast, he, too, sought disegno behind the things.
0 and its expressiveness, in ways that allow us to combine existing and future Web Services extensions, such as the security mechanisms.
These dancers and choreographers bring a wealth of expressiveness to dance that transcends mere youthfulness.
He and Robert Rauschenberg and Jasper Johns perform, in their eyes, a sublation of Action Painting, canceling its abstract insularity but preserving its emotional intensity, and thus continuing an art of expressiveness, revealing therein Abstract Expressionism's own proclivities toward representation, toward landscape (Jackson Pollock), toward the body (Willem de Kooning).
The viewer is brought close to actual Beretta premium-gun artisans, with their expressiveness and the movements of their hands telling a story of tradition and passion going back centuries," Muety said.
His works are known not only for their expressiveness, but for sensitivity, reflecting the people's fate.
The key to his success is his deep, resonant voice, which brings an immense amount of warmth and expressiveness.