expressiveness expressiveness


  • (n) the quality of being expressive


  1. Even simple dialogue sequences stay visually interesting thanks to the expressiveness that Smith, a former animator, puts into his work.
  2. Her eyes, for a Chinese unusually large, deep and dark like a Tibetan mountain lake, gaze with enormous expressiveness.
  3. But their movement and actions are depicted with expressiveness and drama.


  • WWE Night of Champions 2013: Paul Heyman Stole Show from Hyped Main Event

    Night of Champions 2013 belonged to Paul Heyman. On a card with a number of flat matches and a WWE Championship bout outcome that is in serious danger of being overturned, it was a non-wrestler who was the most compelling performer on the big stage. His expressiveness and acting chops made him the captivating center of a championship-themed pay-per-view despite never holding a wrestling title in ...
    on September 17, 2013     Source: Bleacher Report


  1. "I had two roommates in college, who are both therapists and Lisa is not really like either one of them at all, but there are elements of her compassion and her expressiveness: The combination of having to shut up and just listen when you're just...
    on Oct 24, 2005 By: Meryl Streep Source:

  2. "The basic idea, as I understand it, is to do an all live action shoot, with actors and stuntmen in full Turtle suits," said Laird. "To add expressiveness to the Turtles' faces which would be difficult if not impossible to get with...
    on Apr 27, 2009 By: Peter Laird Source:

  3. "It is extremely difficult to make successful jumps and at the same time improve her expressiveness that fits the music," Tarasova told NHK in a separate interview.
    on Nov 27, 2008 By: Tarasov Source: AFP

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