form of expression

See: language
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The small servant, perhaps frightened by his looks, returned no audible reply; but it appeared from the motion of her lips that she was inwardly repeating the same form of expression concerning the note or message.
In what form of expression his feelings would have found a vent, it is impossible to say.
Sheer delusion would be the more correct form of expression," the doctor rejoins.
About -- " Magdalen hesitated, searching for a satisfactory form of expression, and found it.
And do not the two styles, or the mixture of the two, comprehend all poetry, and every form of expression in words?
Why, if it had been--a smothering instead of a wedding,' Mrs Flintwinch cast about in her mind with great pains for this form of expression, 'I couldn't have said a word upon it, against them two clever ones.
When I explained my altered position to you, sir,' I began again, substituting a new form of expression for what was so unpalatable to him, 'this concealment, into which I am so unhappy as to have led Miss Spenlow, had begun.
A form of expression peculiar to the Land beyond the
Covered by this constitutional precept is every form of expression, whether oral or written particularly in print and electronic media, taped or recorded in a disc, including movies and symbolic speech such as wearing an arm band as a means of protest, peaceful picketing and holding rallies.
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02/2015, criminalizes acts that stoke religious hatred and/or which insult religion through any form of expression, be it speech or the written word, books, pamphlets or via online media," according to the UAE News Agency (WAM).
According to Jonuz, the referendum is a mechanism that is a legitimate form of expression one nation's will but at the same time it is a horrific offside-trap that could have far-reaching consequences.