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Correct spelling: express
- eks-pres', v.t. to press or force out: to emit: to represent or make known by a likeness or by words: to declare, reveal: to out into words: to state plainly: to designate.-- adj. pressed or clearly brought out: exactly representing: directly stated: explicit: clear: intended or sent for a particular purpose.-- adv. with haste: specially: with an express train.-- n. a messenger or conveyance sent on a special errand: a regular and quick conveyance: ( U.S.) a system organised for the speedy and safe transmission of parcels or merchandise.-- n. EXPRESS'AGE, the system of carrying by express.-- adj. EXPRESS'IBLE.-- ns. EXPRES'SION, act of expressing or forcing out by pressure: act of representing or giving utterance to: faithful and vivid representation by language, art, the features, & c.: that which is expressed: look: feature: the manner in which anything is expressed: tone of voice or sound in music.-- adjs. EXPRES'SIONAL, of or pertaining to expression; EXPRES'SIONLESS.-- n. EXPRES'SION-STOP, a stop in a harmonium, by which the performer can regulate the air to produce expression.-- adj. EXPRES'SIVE, serving to express or indicate: full of expression: vividly representing: emphatic: significant.-- adv. EXPRES'SIVELY.-- n. EXPRES'SIVENESS.-- adv. EXPRESS'LY.-- ns. EXPRESS'- R[= I]' FLE, a modern sporting rifle for large game at short range, with heavy charge of powder and light bullet; EXPRESS'- TRAIN, a railway-train at high speed and with few stops; EXPRES'SURE, the act of expressing: ( Shak.) expression. [ O. Fr. expresser-- L. ex, out, press[= a]re, freq. of prem[) e]re, pressum, to press.]
EXPRESS abbreviation definitions:
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