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convey
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The Fountainhead
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  • He managed to convey the charming impression that nothing of importance had happened because nothing of importance ever happened on earth.
  • When he wrote this, he managed to convey—with no tangible break in the detached calm of his style—that the words now seen in ordered print had been blurred in manuscript by a hand unsteady with emotion.

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  • Do not worry about the meaning I wish conveyed.
  • Wynand spoke for twenty minutes and said nothing at all; but he conveyed the impression that he supported every sentiment expressed at the meeting.
  • It was not necessary for him to stand erect in order to convey an impression of hardness.
  • His head lifted, his eyes level on the sky before him, he conveyed none of the things she had expected; he conveyed a quality incredible in this connection: a sense of gallantry.
  • His head lifted, his eyes level on the sky before him, he conveyed none of the things she had expected; he conveyed a quality incredible in this connection: a sense of gallantry.
  • Wynand felt that the two words had some impact on Roark apart from any normal meaning they could convey; he sensed it without reason; he wanted to ask: "What’s the matter?" but couldn’t, since Roark had really shown nothing.

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as in: convey her thoughts Define
communicate or express
as in: convey title to the property Define
to give or transfer -- especially legal title
as in: convey her safely to Define
transport
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