expressively : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r with expression; in an expressive manner
she gave the order to the waiter, using her hands very expressively
- He was working away from impressionistic effects on canvas toward a symbolism in which simplified forms would forcefully and expressively convey the meaning of the objects they .
- I just play them as honestly and expressively and creatively as I can, in the hope that people who would ordinarily turn their heads in disgust instead think, 'What I thought I'd .
- He can still play arabesques at double-high-C, but he now uses his incredible technique and rich tone more expressively.
News & Articles
- 'Project Runway' week 9 recap: Southern women wear plaid
It's week 9 in the season, and we have 9 designers left. Coincidence? I don't think so. Helen is up to three wins, the most out of the bunch. How will she fare this week? We shall see.This week's challenge is to make a "relaxed, civilized" look for a modern, Southern woman - the Belk department store customer, specifically. Mentor Tim Gunn says she dresses "vibrantly, expressively, and she's ...
Sept. 13, 2013 - Zap2It
- Adriano Galliani in guardian.co.uk
I can confirm that he [Ancelotti] was in Paris on Monday but not to meet Abramovich,said Galliani. "That is something he has denied expressively. He was in Paris on his own business. Ancelotti is coach of Milan and will continue to be so."
- Matthew Hindson in The Australian
Max is such a great player,Hindson says. "There's his extreme technical facility, but he also has an ability to play a melodic line as expressively as any cellist. He has a very high level of musicianship."
- Kenneth Tynan in Independent
The critic Kenneth Tynan noted: "Mr Burton's dour and expressively ravaged face comes to resemble a bullet-chipped wall against which many executions have taken place."