Bitcoin serves a purpose that is at once expressive and purposeful.
But he has since embraced his true nature—weird, provocative, expressive—with confidence.
“I run out of [the suite],” Diallo said in basic but expressive English.
I was shocked to see him, but I knew I could tell the story through his beautiful, expressive eyes.
Immigrants can claim the virtues of their different languages—colorful, expressive, carrying a long history of rich culture.
"Restez tranquilles," he says to the jeerers, with expressive and emphatic forefinger leveled at the group.
The limbs are heavy, and the face large and expressive of great complacency.
When they learned the manner in which we came by the horse, their countenances were expressive of real sorrow.
Beatrice, who had been silent for some time, looked up then with expressive eyes.
His features were well formed, and his large dark eyes were very bright and expressive.
c.1400, "tending to press out," from French expressif, from expres "clear, plain," from stem of Latin exprimere (see express (v.)). Meaning "full of expression" is from 1680s. Related: Expressively; expressiveness.