As Irwin expressively stated: “The devil may have worn Prada, but not this Pope.”
He is said to be the best monarch in Europe, and it is written most expressively in his mild, amiable features.
The vote in favor of the resolutions was expressively large.
Her features were regular, but expressively alive compared to the artificial placidity of the court beauties.
The action at this point is most expressively accompanied by the orchestra.
The men, who were on deck, said nothing; they looked at each other expressively as the preparations were made.
Edward moaned, not mutinously, you understand, but expressively.
I don't want any more revenge,' said Miss Pecksniff, expressively.
This time he pulled up, suddenly and expressively wondering.
It was certainly "no boulevard," as young Mr. Jones had expressively remarked the first time the chums traversed it.
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.