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  • Please convey my gratitude for her hospitality.
    convey = express
  • It was not a move designed to elicit arousal, but it was certainly a designed move, because Augustus Waters was no improviser. So what had he been trying to convey?   (source)
    convey = communicate or express
  • Baba nodded and gave a thin smile that conveyed little more than feigned interest.   (source)
    conveyed = communicated or expressed
  • Aunt Alexandra managed to smile in a way that conveyed a gentle apology to Cousin Lily and firm disapproval to me.   (source)
  • Risa is careful not to struggle because struggling gives him the advantage. She lets her tone of voice convey all the weight. "Let go of me."   (source)
    convey = express or carry
  • He was especially wary of the farmer's wife, whose gaze seemed to convey suspicion.   (source)
    convey = communicate or express
  • Dark and emotive, they suggested a trace of exotic blood in his heritage, Greek, maybe, or Chippewa, and conveyed a vulnerability that made Westerberg want to take the kid under his wing.   (source)
    conveyed = communicated or expressed
  • I've failed to convey Richard, in any rounded sense.   (source)
    convey = describe
  • Her posture conveyed curiosity without anxiety, anticipation but not fear.   (source)
    conveyed = expressed
  • Lale has to trust that his message to Gita will be conveyed—though he doesn't trust Baretski to do it straightforwardly.   (source)
    conveyed = communicated
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  • I wish I could convey the perfection of a seal slipping into water or a spider monkey swinging from point to point or a lion merely turning its head.   (source)
    convey = communicate or express
  • In an era without telephones or e-mail, anyone wanting to convey private information to someone far away had no option but to write it down and then trust a messenger to carry the letter.   (source)
  • It was there in her dull, metal-gray eyes, a cold, terrible surety unlike anything a normal pretty could ever convey.   (source)
  • He was itching to get back on his own Firebolt and try out the Wronski Feint…… Somehow Oliver Wood had never managed to convey with all his wriggling diagrams what that move was supposed to look like……   (source)
  • And it was a peculiar situation that Wu was trying to convey.   (source)
  • But what surrounds the model is not something her father conveyed to her; what's beyond the model is the most compelling thing.   (source)
    conveyed = communicated or expressed
  • Even from a distance, their eyes conveyed the strength of their souls.   (source)
  • We saw nothing real of it; all our impressions of the war were in the false medium of two dimensions—photographs in the papers and magazines, newsreels, posters—or artificially conveyed to us by a voice on the radio, or headlines across the top of a newspaper.   (source)
    conveyed = communicated
  • Such friendship is a lawful test of guilt, inasmuch as it is well known that witchcraft is an art that may be learned and conveyed from one person to another, and that it has often fallen out that a witch, upon dying, leaveth some heir to her witchcraft.   (source)
  • Juan gave Tita a powerful embrace and told her to convey to Pedro his best wishes for his recovery.   (source)
    convey = communicate or express
  • Piggy sought in his mind for words to convey his passionate willingness to carry the conch against all odds.   (source)
  • Light blue with a touch of lace, it buttoned up the front, and though it didn't look quite as nice as the first one, it conveyed an image she thought would be more appropriate.   (source)
    conveyed = communicated or expressed
  • With a microsecond pause, and a finely calculated micro-modulation of pitch and timbre—nothing you could actually take offense at—Marvin managed to convey his utter contempt and horror of all things human.   (source)
    convey = communicate or express
  • The intensity he conveys isn't unnerving …. it's beautiful.   (source)
    conveys = communicates or expresses
  • Everything it conveys is wrong. The open distrust of Finnick, the implication that Peeta has his eye on Annie, that Annie could desert Finnick, that I do not even exist.   (source)
  • He conveys his message through jokes or by spinning a lesson out of a popular movie or song.   (source)
  • The Board has asked me to convey its decision to you.   (source)
    convey = communicate or express
  • Instead, we use flashing lanterns to convey messages.   (source)
  • It was in her sense of education, more than any other, that Mommy conveyed her Jewishness to us.   (source)
    conveyed = communicated or expressed
  • And he spent some time trying to convey his personal position: They can't frighten me.   (source)
    convey = communicate or express
  • You might convey to the Morrigan that I am in need of her services.   (source)
  • Just convey the basic facts and be done with it.   (source)
  • His nonchalance was meant to convey his authority and power over even dumb animals.   (source)
  • The camera draws back slowly to convey an image of the entire room.   (source)
    convey = show
  • Didn't you mean to convey to him [Hickock] the idea that Mr. Clutter had a safe?   (source)
    convey = communicate or express
  • Without thought, I translate the disparate beats into the message they are meant to convey.   (source)
  • When Luma shook her head to convey her befuddlement, the boys tumbled to the ground in laughter.   (source)
  • I want to convey, somehow, that she isn't me—that I know he's worth my time.   (source)
  • Guitar laughed, but his eyes were too shiny to convey much humor.   (source)
  • Maps conveyed nothing to Sam's mind, and all distances in these strange lands seemed so vast that he was quite out of his reckoning.   (source)
    conveyed = communicated or expressed
  • Did my voice convey enough disgust?   (source)
    convey = communicate or express
  • The difficulty then was to find a way of conveying the position intelligibly to the man in front of me.   (source)
    conveying = communicating or expressing
  • The rigidity of her muscles managed to convey that impression.   (source)
    convey = communicate or express
  • [Nick describing his first impression of Gatsby:]  It was one of those rare smiles ... [that] concentrated on you with an irresistible prejudice in your favor. It understood you just so far as you wanted to be understood, believed in you as you would like to believe in yourself, and assured you that it had precisely the impression of you that, at your best, you hoped to convey.   (source)
    convey = express
  • When, one morning, the jailer informed me I'd now been six months in jail, I believed him--but the words conveyed nothing to my mind.   (source)
    conveyed = communicated or expressed
  • Those words "I have something to tell you" do not convey anything to you at all?   (source)
    convey = communicate or express
  • Convey that message to her, Michel.   (source)
  • It did not convey much to me, until I reached a passage where it described small puncture wounds on their throats.   (source)
    convey = communicate
  • He luxuriated in the sense of protection and authority which his words conveyed.   (source)
    conveyed = communicated or expressed
  • That was all which I intended to convey.   (source)
    convey = communicate or express
  • It is difficult to convey in words all that this meant to Ona; it seemed such a slight offense, and the punishment was so out of all proportion, that neither she nor any one else ever connected the two.   (source)
  • Plenty of Londoners did not hear of the Martians until the panic of Monday morning. Those who did took some time to realise all that the hastily worded telegrams in the Sunday papers conveyed.   (source)
    conveyed = communicated
  • Judge Thatcher sent messages of hope and encouragement from the cave, but they conveyed no real cheer.   (source)
    conveyed = communicated or expressed
  • But at that instant she beheld old Roger Chillingworth himself, standing in the remotest corner of the market-place and smiling on her; a smile which—across the wide and bustling square, and through all the talk and laughter, and various thoughts, moods, and interests of the crowd—conveyed secret and fearful meaning.   (source)
  • Infinite pains were then taken by Biddy to convey to my sister some idea of what had happened.   (source)
    convey = communicate or express
  • Twice he repeated this cry, of whose orthography the following barely conveys an idea:— "Kirikikiou!"   (source)
    conveys = communicates or expresses
  • Certain accessory points of the design served well to convey the idea that this excavation lay at an exceeding depth below the surface of the earth.   (source)
    convey = communicate or express
  • And did you convey this answer to your guest?   (source)
  • It is enough, sir: as much good-will may be conveyed in one hearty word as in many.   (source)
    conveyed = communicated or expressed
  • He had reached the age of sixteen then, I think, and without having bad features, or being deficient in intellect, he contrived to convey an impression of inward and outward repulsiveness that his present aspect retains no traces of.   (source)
    convey = communicate or express
  • By the appearance of her face, she might have been between thirty-five and forty; and it was a face that, once seen, could never be forgotten,—one of those that, at a glance, seem to convey to us an idea of a wild, painful, and romantic history.   (source)
  • ...words cannot convey an idea of the heart-sickening despair that I then endured.   (source)
  • Elizabeth noticed every sentence conveying the idea of uneasiness, with an attention which it had hardly received on the first perusal.   (source)
    conveying = communicating or expressing
  • I have been engaged in private imitations of Owen Meany's voice for more than thirty years, and that voice used to prevent me from imagining that I could ever write about Owen, because—on the page—the sound of his voice is impossible to convey.†   (source)
  • I needed to convey to the group a sense of my identity, while keeping a few of the basic elements of my character under wraps.†   (source)
  • With my writings, I hope to convey that you can endure tough situations and survive.†   (source)
  • The look on her face conveyed her disgust.†   (source)
  • And I know because I have written down all the details in order to convey to you, the reader, just how miserable their experience was.†   (source)
  • He was a tough-looking guy—uneasy in his suit and tie, like a sports coach gone to fat —but his tone conveyed a reassuring sense of the nine-to-five world: office filing systems, industrial carpeting, business as usual in the borough of Manhattan.†   (source)
  • It conveys both strength and solitude.†   (source)
  • I waved sheepishly at my friends, hoping to convey that they didn't need to worry anymore.†   (source)
  • Those other aspects are a bit of ironic win-dow dressing the author embeds in his text as cues for how to understand Alex's story and the message he unwittingly conveys.†   (source)
  • She saw Ambata's mouth moving, but the words conveyed no meaning.†   (source)
  • I was impressed by how much sorrow a human voice could convey.†   (source)
  • I don't know how my face conveyed that information, or what kind of internal wiring in my grandmother's mind enabled her to accomplish this incredible feat.†   (source)
  • This still doesn't do it though, because this and the image of a laser beam convey the idea that he was completely cold and unemotional, and that is not so.†   (source)
  • And to convey that she's-"†   (source)
  • "One of the things Brendan tries to convey to the house staff is to be meticulous in talking to patients and listening to them and giving a very careful and thorough physical examination—skills that have been neglected by many training programs," Evans says.†   (source)
  • I am instructed to convey to you the regrets of my government that there has not been time to inform you of this.†   (source)
  • America's schools rarely convey much understanding of the 2.†   (source)
  • His face conveyed such acute agony, while everyone else was cheering.†   (source)
  • He holds up a finger to her to convey that he'll just be a minute.†   (source)
  • I allowed myself to forget how totally I had fallen in love with Lestat's iridescent eyes, that I'd sold my soul for a many-colored and luminescent thing, thinking that a highly reflective surface conveyed the power to walk on water.†   (source)
  • There was not a bit of good news they could convey.†   (source)
  • I did convey that information to your Lady.†   (source)
  • It makes the history hard to convey.†   (source)
  • How can I convey to you how well he has kept his pledge to the Founder, how conscientious has been his stewardship?†   (source)
  • Conklin paused, and when he answered his quiet voice conveyed his fear; it was controlled but the fear was there.†   (source)
  • It was intended to convey that the prime minister would bear the responsibility if the story ever got out and the Russians sent a death squad to liquidate Zalachenko.†   (source)
  • All sessions of Congress were conducted in strictest secrecy behind closed doors because of the number of British agents in and about Philadelphia and the need to convey an impression of unity, that all members were perfectly agreed on the results of their deliberations.†   (source)
  • I had no idea what it was that Mr. Mompellionwas trying to convey to the old man.†   (source)
  • In a moment of stillness, as he kept his eyes locked onto mine, I understood what he was trying to convey.†   (source)
  • Maybe she sensed in his offer an intimacy he hadn't meant, or rather one he yearned for but hadn't meant to convey.†   (source)
  • Maybe in the end the facts are not as important as the underlying truth she wants to convey.†   (source)
  • I only know that it seems necessary to convey to you how deeply I care about you.†   (source)
  • It was fun to see the speculation on every front as to the message the ad would convey.†   (source)
  • "I know it," said Rearden; his voice conveyed no reaction.†   (source)
  • With the proper spells, the knowledge of an entity's truename conveys absolute mastery of that thing.†   (source)
  • As Rafi tried to explain to the stunned railwaymen, in pantomime, that he was Jewish and didn't eat ham (the first part of the pantomime was to convey that he was circumcised) Alessandro grabbed him by the shoulder.†   (source)
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  • This document conveys title to the new owner.
    conveys = gives or transfers
  • Suppose a New York law says that a married woman cannot convey her property.   (source)
    convey = transfer (legal ownership of)
  • He hired a small office down in the town and hung out a tin sign with these words on it: DAVID WILSON ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR-AT-LAW SURVEYING, CONVEYANCING, ETC.   (source)
    conveyancing = legal transferring of title
  • I shall set up chambers in the City, and work at actuarial calculations and conveyancing.   (source)
  • The little village and the rather fine town house which formed part of her dowry he did his utmost for a long time to transfer to his name, by means of some deed of conveyance.   (source)
    conveyance = transfer (of legal title)
  • Am I to go to him and make a deed of conveyance?   (source)
  • I accepted the explanation in silence; but she had told me that my child belonged to her daughter, and I suspected that her real motive was a fear of my conveying her property away from her.   (source)
    conveying = transferring (legal ownership of)
  • Could we infer from this regulation that a married woman could not get the approval of her relatives when conveying property of inferior value?   (source)
  • In answer to the prosecutor's inquiry, where he would have got the remaining two thousand three hundred roubles, since he himself had denied having more than fifteen hundred, Mitya confidently replied that he had meant to offer the "little chap," not money, but a formal deed of conveyance of his rights to the village of Tchermashnya, those rights which he had already offered to Samsonov and Madame Hohlakov.   (source)
    conveyance = transfer (of legal title)
  • At an early date they shortened the English law-phrase, /to convey by deed/, to the simple verb, /to deed/.   (source)
    convey = transfer
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  • Let us suppose that by the laws of this State a married woman was incapable of conveying her estate, and that the legislature, considering this as an evil, should enact that she might dispose of her property by deed executed in the presence of a magistrate.   (source)
    conveying = transferring (legal ownership of)
  • But let us further suppose that in a subsequent part of the same act it should be declared that no woman should dispose of any estate of a determinate value without the consent of three of her nearest relations, signified by their signing the deed; could it be inferred from this regulation that a married woman might not procure the approbation of her relations to a deed for conveying property of inferior value?   (source)
  • If the law allows an opulent citizen but a single vote in the choice of his representative, the respect and consequence which he derives from his fortunate situation very frequently guide the votes of others to the objects of his choice; and through this imperceptible channel the rights of property are conveyed into the public representation.   (source)
    conveyed = transferred
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  • We hired a carriage to convey us to the city.
  • They made conveyance of goods unwieldy.   (source)
  • It's a desert world with practically no atmosphere to convey sound.   (source)
  • The guards lift me up above the fray, where I continue to thrash as I'm conveyed over the crush of people.   (source)
    conveyed = transported
  • If you're being attacked with heat, you have to know whether it is being conveyed to you through air, fire, light, or some other medium.   (source)
  • Her awareness of life's perils convinced her that while I would be safe on the public conveyances, she "wasn't about to trust a taxi driver with her baby."   (source)
    conveyances = means of transport
  • On September 20th two covered carts went off laden to Buckland, conveying the furniture and goods that Frodo had not sold to his new home, by way of the Brandywine Bridge.   (source)
    conveying = transporting
  • Wagons were rushing through the streets laden with stocks of goods, books, valuable papers, boxes of money, and everything conceivable; scores of men were dragging trunks frantically along the sidewalks, knocking down women and children; fabulous sums of money were offered truckmen for conveyances.†   (source)
    conveyances = means of transport
  • He was partially right, but he had not anticipated an embarrassment of personnel and conveyances.†   (source)
  • Alessandro was taken to Stella Maris, a short distance from Rome, in half a dozen conveyances.†   (source)
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  • The nearest station is Oakbridge, you will be met there and motored to Sticklehaven where a motor launch will convey you to Indian Island.   (source)
    convey = transport
  • They came for me at half-past seven in the morning and I was conveyed to the law courts in a prison van.   (source)
    conveyed = transported
  • At the sight of the women with buckets and dippers, the conveyances halted and the chorus went up in cries, in whispers: "Water!"   (source)
    conveyances = carriages (means of transport)
  • As our client wishes the delivery made as soon as possible, we shall be obliged by your having teams ready at King's Cross at the time named and forthwith conveying the goods to destination.   (source)
    conveying = transporting
  • The next he knew, he was dimly aware that his tongue was hurting and that he was being jolted along in some kind of a conveyance.   (source)
    conveyance = carriage (means of transport)
  • It was the landlord of the Spotted Dog, whose conveyance I had taken.   (source)
  • "They have only differed on some point of science," he thought; and being a man of no scientific passions (except in the matter of conveyancing), he even added: "It is nothing worse than that!"   (source)
    conveyancing = transporting
    conveyance = transport
  • The Ghost of Christmas Yet To Come conveyed him, as before ... into the resorts of business men, but showed him not himself.   (source)
    conveyed = transported
  • Here, however, sat Eppie, discoursing cheerfully to her own small boot, which she was using as a bucket to convey the water into a deep hoof-mark, while her little naked foot was planted comfortably on a cushion of olive-green mud.   (source)
    convey = transport
  • Now, the spouting canal of the Sperm Whale, chiefly intended as it is for the conveyance of air, and for several feet laid along, horizontally, just beneath the upper surface of his head, and a little to one side; this curious canal is very much like a gas-pipe laid down in a city on one side of a street.   (source)
  • Why did you not have yourself conveyed to Paris?   (source)
    conveyed = transported
  • Have you any sort of conveyance?   (source)
    conveyance = means of transport
  • At present, convey yourself and him away.   (source)
    convey = transport
  • How I did so,—what means I adopted,—what direction I travelled, and by what mode of conveyance,—I must leave unexplained, for the reasons before mentioned.   (source)
  • and Tom sang— "O, had I the wings of the morning, I'd fly away to Canaan's shore; Bright angels should convey me home, To the new Jerusalem."   (source)
  • ...he had consequently hired a vessel to convey him to Constantinople, for which city he should sail in a few hours.   (source)
  • Indeed, many a maimed and feeble soldier was compelled to drag his exhausted limbs in the rear of the columns, for the want of the necessary means of conveyance in that wilderness.   (source)
  • ...the coach conveyed him and his five cousins at a suitable hour to Meryton; and the girls had the pleasure of hearing, as they entered the drawing-room, that Mr. Wickham had accepted their uncle's invitation, and was then in the house.   (source)
    conveyed = transported
  • Indeed, it seemed that so humble a conveyance as a mule, in however good case, and however well broken to a pleasant and accommodating amble, was only used by the gallant monk for travelling on the road.   (source)
    conveyance = means of transport
  • My eyes were wild enough to convey what I didn't say.†   (source)
  • His orders will be to convey you on the first leg of your journey into exile.†   (source)
  • Each person strived to convey what they thought was important and great about me, which flew in the face of how I felt: profoundly unworthy.†   (source)
  • Building useless conveyances wasn't going to get him ahead in life, they argued.†   (source)
  • I squeezed his fingers, a Morse code to convey what was in my heart.†   (source)
  • "I shall convey Your Grace's words to His High Holiness, but it grieves me to say that the young queen and her ladies cannot be released until and unless their innocence has been proved."†   (source)
  • "They change the color of the towers to convey messages," said Raphael.†   (source)
  • Obscurity comes from (1) the complexity of the subjects, (2) human imperfections, and (3) the medium [i.e. words, sentences] used to convey men's ideas.†   (source)
  • It was the talking that did it; how could he make words convey what had happened, what could happen?†   (source)
  • By a series of interurban conveyances (including a taxi, which left me nearly broke) I got back to Union Station in time to catch the three o'clock train to New York.†   (source)
  • A flying machine will be dispatched to convey you to Heaven.†   (source)
  • The next morning, Joel was given a notice to paste on the saloon mirror that conveyances might be rented at the Inn daily for the excursion to Washington for the trial of Mr. Burr, payment to be made in advance.†   (source)
  • I was now myself looking out for the conveyance which was to take me to the Count.   (source)
    conveyance = transport (a carriage)
  • Carts, carriages everywhere, the most astonishing miscellany of conveyances and horseflesh.   (source)
    conveyances = means of transport
  • Debray conveyed the count's reply to the baroness.   (source)
    conveyed = transported
  • Mr. Crawford suggested the greater desirableness of some carriage which might convey more than two.   (source)
    convey = carry
  • The house to which Oliver had been conveyed, was in the neighborhood of Whitechapel.   (source)
    conveyed = transported
  • To England, then, I conveyed her; a fearful voyage I had with such a monster in the vessel.   (source)
  • I am to have it to-morrow; but how do you think it is to be conveyed?   (source)
  • You have this evening carried off and conveyed hither the Vicomte Albert de Morcerf.   (source)
  • Four conveyed him away, I don't know where—to the Bastille or Fort l'Eveque.   (source)
  • And how are you to be conveyed back again?   (source)
  • He commanded with it; it was the medium through which his thanks were conveyed.   (source)
  • "We were to have conveyed her to a hotel in the Place Royale," said the wounded man.   (source)
  • Ali and his master conveyed the wounded man into a room.   (source)
  • At Gleeson's corner he saw Hall, who had recently married the stranger's hostess at the "Coach and Horses," and who now drove the Iping conveyance, when occasional people required it, to Sidderbridge Junction, coming towards him on his return from that place.   (source)
    conveyance = carriage (means of transport)
  • Some of the people who crowded in the carts whipped stupidly at their horses and quarrelled with other drivers; some sat motionless, staring at nothing with miserable eyes; some gnawed their hands with thirst, or lay prostrate in the bottoms of their conveyances.   (source)
    conveyances = carriages (means of transport)
  • As exercise in the open air was in some degree necessary to the habits of the family, when the constant recurrence of frosts and thaws rendered the roads, which were dangerous at the most favorable times, utterly impassable for wheels, saddle-horses were used as substitutes for other conveyances.   (source)
    conveyances = means of transport
  • Catherine employed herself in wrapping a handsome book neatly in white paper, and having tied it with a bit of ribbon, and addressed it to 'Mr. Hareton Earnshaw,' she desired me to be her ambassadress, and convey the present to its destined recipient.   (source)
    convey = transport
  • All looked abashed at this elegant speech, delivered with quite an air, and stood huddled together at a respectful distance, except two stout porters, who came up and began conveying away the baggage.   (source)
    conveying = transporting
  • The mandate was obeyed; and the indignant Mr. Brownlow was conveyed out, with the book in one hand, and the bamboo cane in the other: in a perfect phrenzy of rage and defiance.   (source)
    conveyed = transported
  • I threw myself into the chaise that was to convey me away and indulged in the most melancholy reflections.   (source)
    convey = transport
  • Dinner over, the coach which was to convey the passengers and their luggage to the station drew up to the door.   (source)
  • "Speak comfort to me, Jacob!"
    "I have none to give," the Ghost replied. "It comes from other regions, Ebenezer Scrooge, and is conveyed by other ministers, to other kinds of men."   (source)
    conveyed = carried
  • Mr. Bumble, was at once instructed that Oliver Twist and his indentures were to be conveyed before the magistrate, for signature and approval, that very afternoon.   (source)
    conveyed = transported
  • He then conveyed him and his sister into the veriest old well of a shivering best-parlour that ever was seen, where the maps upon the wall, and the celestial and terrestrial globes in the windows, were waxy with cold.   (source)
  • I thought when the coach stopped here there would be some one to meet me; I looked anxiously round as I descended the wooden steps the "boots" placed for my convenience, expecting to hear my name pronounced, and to see some description of carriage waiting to convey me to Thornfield.   (source)
    convey = transport
  • I threw myself into the carriage that was to convey me away, hardly knowing whither I was going, and careless of what was passing around.   (source)
  • Happily he too had been looking about him, and, after a moment's hesitation, said, "Monsieur, I think I have found a means of conveyance."   (source)
  • Earnshaw had come out to examine the mischief he had caused, and he was then conveying the poor thing up-stairs.   (source)
    conveying = transporting
  • "Sir Francis," said Mr. Fogg quietly, "we will, if you please, look about for some means of conveyance to Allahabad."   (source)
    conveyance = transport
  • Linton who had been conveyed up to the little parlour soon after I left, was terrified into fetching the key before his father re-ascended.   (source)
    conveyed = transported
  • ...when at morning's dawn I descended to the carriage which was to convey me away, they were all there—my father again to bless me, Clerval to press my hand once more, my Elizabeth to renew her entreaties that I would write often and to bestow the last feminine attentions on her playmate and friend.   (source)
    convey = transport
  • What was most pressing was to get Mme. Bonacieux away, and convey her to a place of safety, and there, if matters required, make her a hostage.   (source)
  • I jumped up, took my muff and umbrella, and hastened into the inn-passage: a man was standing by the open door, and in the lamp-lit street I dimly saw a one-horse conveyance.   (source)
    conveyance = carriage (means of transport)
  • Fanny had indeed nothing to convey from aunt Norris, but a message to say she hoped that her god-daughter was a good girl, and learnt her book.   (source)
    convey = carry
  • These arrangements completed, he was informed of the necessary signs and tokens by which to recognise the Artful Dodger, and was conveyed by Master Bates through dark and winding ways to within a very short distance of Bow Street.   (source)
    conveyed = transported
  • Mr. Earnshaw snatched up the culprit directly and conveyed him to his chamber; where, doubtless, he administered a rough remedy to cool the fit of passion, for he appeared red and breathless.   (source)
  • He was conveyed home, and the anguish that was visible in my countenance betrayed the secret to Elizabeth.   (source)
  • "Captain," said Felton, "this is person of whom I spoke to you, and whom you must convey safe and sound to France."   (source)
    convey = transport
  • Our progress was leisurely, and gave me ample time to reflect; I was content to be at length so near the end of my journey; and as I leaned back in the comfortable though not elegant conveyance, I meditated much at my ease.   (source)
    conveyance = carriage (means of transport)
  • That when the Dodger, and his accomplished friend Master Bates, joined in the hue-and-cry which was raised at Oliver's heels, in consequence of their executing an illegal conveyance of Mr. Brownlow's personal property, as has been already described, they were…   (source)
    conveyance = transport
  • To do this he had employed every means of conveyance—steamers, railways, carriages, yachts, trading-vessels, sledges, elephants.   (source)
  • He had seen her eyes sparkle as she spoke of the dear friend's letter, which claimed a long visit from her in London, and of the kindness of Henry, in engaging to remain where he was till January, that he might convey her thither; he had heard her speak of the pleasure of such a journey with an animation which had "no" in every tone.   (source)
    convey = give a ride to
  • As soon as that important business is concluded, I will have a pair of my own horses harnessed to convey it direct to Madame Danglars.   (source)
    convey = transport
  • The Turk quickly perceived the impression that his daughter had made on the heart of Felix and endeavoured to secure him more entirely in his interests by the promise of her hand in marriage so soon as he should be conveyed to a place of safety.   (source)
    conveyed = transported
  • Old Mrs. Linton paid us several visits, to be sure, and set things to rights, and scolded and ordered us all; and when Catherine was convalescent, she insisted on conveying her to Thrushcross Grange: for which deliverance we were very grateful.   (source)
    conveying = transporting
  • On our arrival we began to discharge our cargo in the night, and to convey it into the town, by the help of the inn-keeper with whom we were connected.   (source)
    convey = transport
  • "Meanwhile," said Felton, "convey me to the little bay of—; you know it was agreed you should put in there."   (source)
  • So I addressed the housekeeper; asked her to show me a room, told her I should probably be a visitor here for a week or two, had my trunk conveyed to my chamber, and followed it thither myself: I met Bessie on the landing.   (source)
    conveyed = transported
  • In proof, he repeats, and more eagerly, what he said at Portsmouth about our conveying you home, and I join him in it with all my soul.   (source)
    conveying = transporting
  • Kiouni—this was the name of the beast—could doubtless travel rapidly for a long time, and, in default of any other means of conveyance, Mr. Fogg resolved to hire him.   (source)
    conveyance = transport
  • Once, after the poor animals that conveyed me had with incredible toil gained the summit of a sloping ice mountain, and one, sinking under his fatigue, died, I viewed the expanse before me with anguish, when suddenly my eye caught a dark speck upon the dusky plain.   (source)
    conveyed = transported
  • Passepartout wandered, with his hands in his pockets, towards the Victoria port, gazing as he went at the curious palanquins and other modes of conveyance, and the groups of Chinese, Japanese, and Europeans who passed to and fro in the streets.   (source)
    conveyance = transport
  • My intention was to enter him as a clerk in some ship, and without letting him know anything of my plan, to convey him some morning on board; by this means his future treatment would depend upon his own conduct.   (source)
  • Instead of putting the letter in the post, which is never safe, I took advantage of the journey of one of my lads to Paris, and ordered him to convey the letter to this duchess himself.   (source)
  • However, I am to have my harp fetched to-morrow. Henry, who is good-nature itself, has offered to fetch it in his barouche. Will it not be honourably conveyed?   (source)
    conveyed = transported
  • It was well I secured this forage, or both she, I, and Sophie, to whom I conveyed a share of our repast, would have run a chance of getting no dinner at all: every one downstairs was too much engaged to think of us.   (source)
  • I spared a minute to open the gate for it, but instead of going to the house door, it coursed up and down snuffing the grass, and would have escaped to the road, had I not seized it and conveyed it in with me.   (source)
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  • She felt the warmth and strength conveyed through it.†   (source)
  • I paused and looked him in the eye, smiling, trying to convey my seriousness.†   (source)
  • The message, which had been taken down by the hotel's receptionist, conveyed Mishka's apologies and explained that as Katerina was under the weather, he was returning to St. Petersburg earlier than planned.†   (source)
  • You may convey my thanks to him.†   (source)
  • When I made him repeat the parts of his testimony about being coerced to testify falsely, Ralph remained calm and conveyed absolute sincerity.†   (source)
  • I could see that look of his that managed both to be unreadable and to convey a kind of distant contempt.†   (source)
  • Jen's dad gave him a stern look that somehow also conveyed his sympathy.†   (source)
  • I never understood how the Senor managed to convey a sense of dignity, majesty even, considering his stick-rickety, see-through skeleton and the ridiculous, leathery crumple of hide about his foot, his fallen britches.†   (source)
  • "My information has been conveyed directly to the Dark Lord," said Snape.†   (source)
  • I've misled you if I've conveyed an atmosphere of loneliness at Sunday boarders' lunch.†   (source)
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  • When I see the judge I will try to convey a positive attitude, while at the same time monitoring my blood pressure and other vital signs.†   (source)
  • but I am looking forward to the surfing scenes, which I will do, and I have faith that it will be a true movie and convey my faith.†   (source)
  • The rare use of her first name conveyed his seriousness.†   (source)
  • Somehow, bad news, however ridden with static, however filled with echoes, always manages to be conveyed.†   (source)
  • She raised her eyebrows in a look that she hoped conveyed how much she was all right with him leaving her.†   (source)
  • The queen looked up at me sympathetically, not sure how to convey all her sadness.†   (source)
  • "I'm so sorry," I repeated, more urgently, aware just how clumsy I sounded, as if by speaking more loudly I might convey my acuity of sorrow.†   (source)
  • Full well the busy whisper circling round Conveyed the dismal tidings when he frowned.†   (source)
  • "Thing is, mate, the lads who went up today encountered some high winds and had to turn around," Cotter replied, trying to convey as delicately as possible that the rescue attempt had been abandoned, "so we think your best shot is to move lower."†   (source)
  • We were looking at a page that showed two identical renderings of a bamboo grove, a typical painting, well done, realistic, interesting in the detail of double lines, conveying a sense of strength and longevity.†   (source)
  • To call this conveyance a "passenger dirigible" is an exercise in creative semantics.†   (source)
  • He conveyed the impression so well that people naturally handed him things to fix; and people who were broken drifted to him, in hopes of being fixed.†   (source)
  • We'd just finished developing what our instructor, Matthew, called our "people series," in which we were supposed to use a portrait to convey our relationship to someone else.†   (source)
  • "At present," he said, "I am responsible for conveying my associates to a place called Chicago.†   (source)
  • Allegories have one mission to accomplish—convey a certain message, in this case, the quest of the devout Christian to reach heaven.†   (source)
  • I hope you'll be sure to convey this to your parents, in case they haven't been checking their own Zing feed."†   (source)
  • We were standing in the driveway of the manse waiting for the horse and cart, which Made still regarded as the only dependable conveyance when there was a train to be caught.†   (source)
  • Styinied, Y.T. sighs and crosses her arms to convey impatience.†   (source)
  • It will convey a blunt message that most Americans would instinctively support: allowing innocent people to be maimed and killed is a crime.†   (source)
  • They conveyed a mood of clever fun.†   (source)
  • Fenoglio pushed him away and looked at Meggie as if one look could convey everything he wanted to say to her and give her: encouragement, comfort, and maybe even amusement in the face of all the horrors surrounding them.†   (source)
  • The owner cleaned some already clean glasses, clinking them together noisily, and clattered crockery on the counter to convey his displeasure to Margaret Kochamma.†   (source)
  • I would then be able to emerge and convey my message to him.†   (source)
  • It conveyed satisfaction at having tracked down such game.†   (source)
  • I have had only one opportunity thus far of viewing the object of my investigations, and so it is too soon to convey my impressions.†   (source)
  • I cannot possibly convey the anguish our family feels, the deep hole in our lives left by Amy's disappearance.†   (source)
  • The apologies that could never begin to convey his sorrow.†   (source)
  • The knife conveyed a sense of reassurance.†   (source)
  • I would appreciate it if you would convey mine to him.†   (source)
  • But while weaving through traffic his side mirror scraped the door of a shiny black luxury SUV, the conveyance of some industrialist or bigwig, costing more than a house, and Saeed steeled himself for a shouting, perhaps even a beating, but the guard who stepped out of the front passenger-side door of the SUV, assault rifle pointed skyward, merely had time to look at Saeed, a smooth, ferocious glance, before being summoned back in, and the SUV sped off, its owner clearly not wishing,…†   (source)
  • He conveyed made-up greetings and apologies from Dona Belen.†   (source)
  • It conveyed some sense of his practice, a taste of its extent.†   (source)
  • Jem painted his car bright black, achieved the effect of whitewalled tires with more paint, kept his conveyance polished to perfection, and motored to Abbottsville every Friday evening in quiet dignity, oblivious to the fact that his car sounded like an oversized coffee mill, and that wherever he went hound dogs tended to congregate in large numbers.†   (source)
  • If I simply said he made a face and yelled BOO, that would be technically correct, but it wouldn't begin to convey the horror.†   (source)
  • Breaking into a grin, his dimples flashing, he conveyed the impression that Marcia had vanished and that he and Sophia were the only two people in the room.†   (source)
  • The camera that seems to be conveying this image to the television cautiously approaches the chair.†   (source)
  • He tried to convey all his love for her through the tone of his voice and the strength of his gaze.†   (source)
  • She was worried, but she wanted to convey only joy to her grandpa.†   (source)
  • He stroked Eric's neck and back slowly, hoping that his joy was conveyed by his fingertips.†   (source)
  • I asked them to convey my support to Sabata and my disapproval to Matanzima.†   (source)
  • Conveyance.†   (source)
  • He waved it at her with a gesture that conveyed passionate revenge.†   (source)
  • They spend half their lives underground in darkness or near-darkness, and touch, smell and hearing convey as much or more to them than sight.†   (source)
  • If this is true, it follows that the individual who in particular situations, usually of distress, wishes to convey information about his difficulties to others, does not have to invent a communicational medium de novo….†   (source)
  • The word "interruption" only conveyed to her mind the suggestion that they might be interfered with in their conversation.†   (source)
  • It is not easy to convey the excitement of those times to people today.†   (source)
  • The study of real-estate agents cited above also includes data that reveals how agents convey information through the for-sale ads they write.†   (source)
  • She reached out her hand and touched his arm, hoping that her touch would convey the message she intended.†   (source)
  • All these things — the great, dazzling, mounting light, the crash and roar of the conflagration, and the desperate flight of the crowd — combined to make a scene of which no intelligent idea can he conveyed in words.†   (source)
  • What exactly was going to be conveyed there was unclear.†   (source)
  • "I really need to be alone, just for today," Colin answered, trying to convey a sense of calm so that they would leave and he wouldn't blow up.†   (source)
  • His ability to convey a world of threat in so few words was remarkable.†   (source)
  • And please convey my respects to Chairman Narmonov and my sympathy for the families of your missing men.†   (source)
  • We conveyed the donation to the school, which was exultant.†   (source)
  • You will convey a message from the spirit world to someone in the audience tonight, a woman named Polly.†   (source)
  • He would be trying to think of the best possible way to convey his innocence.†   (source)
  • "Always does," replied Heath, who slapped Adam's shoulder, then gave it a squeeze—meant to convey both strength and compassion.†   (source)
  • In Balti, "Changazi" means "of the family of Genghis Khan," and can be used as a slang word conveying a terrifying type of ruthlessness.†   (source)
  • The killing brings doom upon his ship, conveying the message that those looking for refuge shouldn't be persecuted, as they may often bring good fortune.†   (source)
  • He wanted to convey a message that he was sure the other guys would endorse: "People refer to us as heroes.†   (source)
  • How will we convey them to King Jerrold?†   (source)
  • It was replaced by a more legitimate-looking paper, but I remember those funny green sheets with more affection than I could ever convey in words.†   (source)
  • I looked at Chin, conveying that it was time to call down an artist to firm up the details.†   (source)
  • Her only outings were her weekly trips to Sunday mass at the Church of Saint Sebastian, which was two blocks from her house, whence she was conveyed in a wheelchair by Ferula and the maid.†   (source)
  • He made love to her for a very long time, constantly scanning her red-blotched face for that frightened expression of a woman whom someone has tripped and who is falling, the inimitable expression that moments earlier had conveyed excitement to his brain.†   (source)
  • What he tried to convey was clear enough; there was no mistaking it.†   (source)
  • I felt Father Michael's hand on mine, conveying what there were not words to say.†   (source)
  • I found that most of the melodies were familiar to me, especially the slow, somber ones that were meant to convey the sadness of the singers over the conclusion of the Shabbat, and the tunes I did not know I was able to follow easily, because the basic melody lines were almost all the same.†   (source)
  • It conveyed power, or lack thereof.†   (source)
  • And I thank you for the invitation she was good enough to convey to me.†   (source)
  • I suppose that's why I always thrill to hear you speak, somehow you convey the great throbbing vitality of the movement.†   (source)
  • Physically, Stone was a thin, balding man with a prodigious memory that catalogued scientific facts and blue jokes with equal facility, But his most outstanding characteristic was a sense of impatience, the feeling he conveyed to everyone around him that they were wasting his time.†   (source)
  • William MacAlpine, printer and bookbinder, declared his "first and chief objective was to convey his wife in safety to Scotland."†   (source)
  • Once, Sam came into possession of an old moped, a boring, half-bicycle, half-motorcycle conveyance that looked better fit for some Parisian sissy or an old woman.†   (source)
  • And how will you convey this reminder, this message, this supreme statement of yours?†   (source)
  • I hope you will convey this to him.†   (source)
  • To cover my confusion, I blurted out what I had hoped to convey with care.†   (source)
  • She gave him a look he guessed was supposed to convey in equal measure a religious wonder at his great profundity and something rather more carnal.†   (source)
  • Joe was tense, waiting to hear what she would say, whether she had understood the urgent message that he was striving to convey so indirectly.†   (source)
  • They were taken to the Planky Town and will be conveyed by ship to Ghaston Grey, until such time as Prince Doran decides their fate.†   (source)
  • Time and again Sarah would approach the wall, only to be knocked Off her feet and conveyed rapidly backward.†   (source)
  • Clary made a hand gesture she hoped conveyed her murderous intentions toward all things evil.†   (source)
  • Oneal specializes in taking care of the dead, running a fleet of seven radio-equipped white hearses that convey the newly departed to his mortuary, where relatives can sip from the coffee bar before paying their respects in the Slumber Room.†   (source)
  • Most of its parts were missing, but enough was left to convey some idea of its former shape and purpose.†   (source)
  • Bryan shot a scene and conveyed her personal viewpoint…her emotions, her feelings about the image.†   (source)
  • In one example ("They had to jump like a meter away from the actual acid"), like appeared to convey the meaning of approximately.†   (source)
  • He said to convey his condolences, and tell you he was sorry not to stay.†   (source)
  • The ring on my finger made an articulate statement; it conveyed a piece of extraordinarily important information to me.†   (source)
  • The dress came just up to her darkly suntanned shoulders, the delicate material clinging to her torso but not so tightly as to be indecent, the handsome drape conveying only the suggestion of the young woman beneath.†   (source)
  • 'was how Dante drew attention to the humility of the miniaturists, who tried in the simplest, densest strokes to convey the essence of what they saw, and were not interested in discursive interpolations, conceits, or dazzling excursions that proved them to their fellowsalthough they had to do some of this simply to arouse their patrons.†   (source)
  • A gentleman private in the 21st Mississippi told his mother that "the life of a soldier is a hard one & no amount of description can convey the most remote idea of the hardships….†   (source)
  • "I'll keep that in mind," Abby told him, and she gave him a quick pat on the arm as if to thank him, but what she really meant to convey was that she had already put his father's tirade out of her mind and she hoped that he would do the same.†   (source)
  • Through this invisible channel, property rights are conveyed into public representation.†   (source)
  • Yet Standard would have to invest about $100,000 on the arm and a conveyance machine to bring parts to the welder and send them on to the next station.†   (source)
  • Rousseau had just returned from the Elysee Palace, where he had delivered the same message that Adrian Carter was conveying to the White House.†   (source)
  • One of the big sticking points was what to use as a conveyance.†   (source)
  • In fact, he conveyed to me the information that he too was keenly interested in wolves, partly because his personal totem, or helping spirit, was Amarok, the Wolf Being.†   (source)
  • Or else, like Callie (drawing her head up to convey august victimhood), "We've had a family tragedy.†   (source)
  • The colours and shapes it showed were meaningless to him:,he assumed that they were conveying information which in a vessel designed by men would have been displayed on banks of meters.†   (source)
  • With a long fingernail he pried loose a fat sliver of the ham and conveyed it to his mouth.†   (source)
  • And I felt the need to hold transient life in words—there's so much more of life that only words can convey—strongly enough to last me as long as I lived.†   (source)
  • He wasn't any too steady himself, so I didn't lean too hard, just enough to maintain the impression of weakness I had tried to convey as I'd leaned against his doorframe.†   (source)
  • "Very impressive," sniffed the prosecutor in a tone that conveyed how unimpressed he was.†   (source)
  • A lever on the left was both brake and accelerator and I hate to say how suggestions were conveyed to the beast.†   (source)
  • Knowledge can be conveyed, but not wisdom.†   (source)
  • He conveyed to perfection a man who suspected that he was about to be asked a favor, and was not easily won.†   (source)
  • The engineer not only understood him but managed to convey by a shrug of the shoulders and a nod in the direction of the train: "What was I to do?†   (source)
  • She was speechless and her head was shaking in her effort to convey her love and the entirety of her feeling.†   (source)
  • MORE (Flatly) You will convey my humble gratitude.†   (source)
  • His bearing conveyed the subtle suggestion that he was at heart one of them.†   (source)
  • His eyes conveyed how sorry he was that he couldn't guide me.†   (source)
  • If it is necessary to convey a message, I would ask you to do so through a messenger.†   (source)
  • I managed to convey, after several attempts, that it wasn't going to get any better anytime soon.†   (source)
  • She is about to lambada this trite conveyance.†   (source)
  • Bellamy grabbed her arm, squeezing it just hard enough to convey both assurance and warning.†   (source)
  • What purpose he conveyed, what sense of a fixed course of action pursued absolutely.†   (source)
  • I may, however, have difficulty finding the appropriate moment to convey such information.†   (source)
  • "I'm sorry," Wells said in a tone that conveyed anything but regret.†   (source)
  • So Enki even provided them with their medium for conveying information-clay.†   (source)
  • Rougher, wilder than a cat's purr, but conveying the same sense of contentment.†   (source)
  • "Do I understand, sir," I said, "that you wish me to convey the information to the young gentleman?"†   (source)
  • I conveyed his lordship's message and asked him what refreshments I might bring him.†   (source)
  • All the kids knew the double meaning his answer conveyed because it was public knowledge now.†   (source)
  • This wolf stared intently at me, trying to convey something vital with his intelligent eyes.†   (source)
  • I'm in a position to convey it … far better than I can an ultimatum.†   (source)
  • I widened my eyes slightly at him, trying to convey a warning.†   (source)
  • "Convey my words to Umaroth as I speak them," he said.†   (source)
  • That's the message you'll convey and I'll expect a response at the casino within three hours.†   (source)
  • One of Attolia's eyebrows rose in carefully conveyed surprise.†   (source)
  • Conveying cultural norms was like reporting traffic conditions.†   (source)
  • He turned and conveyed the rest of his comment to Erik.†   (source)
  • She mentioned Garrett, trying to convey how she felt about him without alarming Kevin.†   (source)
  • While David could convey volumes with a nod, Mina was more demonstrative.†   (source)
  • I've really been doing a lot of work on how I convey myself these days.†   (source)
  • His girl conveyed the essence of his speech, more politely.†   (source)
  • Cotton said, "Why can't she just convey the mineral rights?†   (source)
  • He didn't need sign language to convey how he felt.†   (source)
  • He approached, burning and screaming silently, his eyes conveying some urgent message.†   (source)
  • Max had ridden in such pods before; they were the primary conveyance of the Frankfurt Workshop.†   (source)
  • Even if you didn't know ASL, his gestures conveyed his anger better than any amount of yelling.†   (source)
  • Erik tried to convey everything to Henri quickly and quietly, which distracted Josie.†   (source)
  • I had been pretty curious about what the reentry classes would convey to us.†   (source)
  • Through ragged gulps, I conveyed the gravity of Mr. Viccars's condition.†   (source)
  • Somehow the message was conveyed, and the word went out for the relatives to gather.†   (source)
  • When they finished, Eragon located Trianna with his mind and conveyed Nasuada's instructions.†   (source)
  • I wanted to be able to tell Luthuli I had spoken to his friends and convey their reaction.†   (source)
  • The eyes behind the steel-rimmed glasses did not convey geniality; they were sharp and cold.†   (source)
  • Dakota winked like he was trying to convey a message, but it was hard to tell with him.†   (source)
  • Every phase of this turmoil is conveyed to us by the camera.†   (source)
  • "Easy, Canada," said Jason, his voice now softer, conveying thought, not anger.†   (source)
  • The news to convey in Africa was that you'd kept death at bay.†   (source)
  • For her to be able to convey property, it would've been necessary for her to inherit the land.†   (source)
  • Hrothgar has already contacted us to convey his condolences.†   (source)
  • He'd asked Ghosh to convey his love to her and to Rosina.†   (source)
  • Jeff continued, "The note was heartfelt and conveyed the family's sense of grief and guilt.†   (source)
  • He stomped off as Erik conveyed what was happening to Henri.†   (source)
  • He was a man who might force another to convey lies.†   (source)
  • He hugged her, trying to convey all of his love and adoration through that simple touch.†   (source)
  • He conveyed his disbelief and frustration.†   (source)
  • Mere words cannot convey the feeling of having those whose minds you share die.†   (source)
  • Could your words have been conveyed to our enemies here or in the south?†   (source)
  • Ghosh felt a message being conveyed to him.†   (source)
  • She smiled out of habit, but her brows conveyed her puzzlement.†   (source)
  • When Eragon conveyed Saphira's offer, Hrothgar straightened with an exclamation.†   (source)
  • Eragon conveyed Nasuada's order to Barden, the spellcaster who rode with King Orrin.†   (source)
  • The message was obviously short and probably not sweet if it could be conveyed in such flimsy form.†   (source)
  • There have been many thoughts, but it would be hard for me to convey them to you.†   (source)
  • And our conveyance had been rented by the devil.†   (source)
  • That's all in the repertory of someone who wants to put the reader at ease rather than conveying the truth in a compelling manner.†   (source)
  • He explained that the man had been on the row for over two years and that they didn't yet have a lawyer to take his case; my job was to convey to this man one simple message: You will not be killed in the next year.†   (source)
  • The Vogels, the Grossmans, the Mildebergers, while always polite, had always managed to silently convey (to me, anyway) their Hobie-has-quite-enough-to-deal-with philosophy.†   (source)
  • Tom Stenton stood, chatting with a few Circlers, his arms crossed, a posture that in someone else might convey concern or even anger.†   (source)
  • More important, though, is the item I place at the end of my list, that the purpose of telling Alex's story is to convey a message of religious and spiritual profundity.†   (source)
  • The next day, after what surely had been a difficult night, Dora Root wrote to Burnham to thank him for the tour and to attempt to convey the complexity of her feelings.†   (source)
  • This almost unique malefactor received a pardon, and was conveyed to New York, where she changed her name, and soon afterwards married.†   (source)
  • Leon Warm got in touch with Szpilman in Warsaw, care of Polish Radio, conveying to him the names of the people Hosenfeld had saved and passing on his urgent request for help.†   (source)
  • It was a thick-tongued noise, the noise she always made to convey my indecisiveness, accompanied by a dazed rolling of the eyes and the dusting off of my legal first name.†   (source)
  • Nancy Donley, the president of Safe Tables Our Priority (STOP), an organization devoted to food safety, says it is hard to convey the suffering that E. coli 0157:H7 causes children.†   (source)
  • She revisits their affection and concern, conveyed weekly, faithfully, across continents — all the bits of news that had had nothing to do with her life in Cambridge but which had sustained her in those days nevertheless.†   (source)
  • I slowly shook my head with an expression that conveyed we would never speak again if I had anything to do with it.†   (source)
  • "You may convey my thanks," he teased.†   (source)
  • EGO-LIKENESS: portraiture reproduced through a shigawire projector that is capable of reproducing subtle movements said to convey the ego essence.†   (source)
  • "Had a bad one too, have you?" asked the Prime Minister stiffly, hoping to convey by this that he had quite enough on his plate already without any extra helpings from Fudge.†   (source)
  • I could convey a lot of personal anguish in regard to my anger 'against the war'—next thing you know, I'll get laid!"†   (source)
  • He might be thinking she was talking to him in code, suggestively conveying her taste for the full-blooded and sensual.†   (source)
  • Resting his forearms on his thighs and leaning forward at an angle of seventy degrees, he adopted an expression that was serious yet neutral, so that in an instant he could convey his sympathy, concern, or shared indignation as the circumstances required.†   (source)
  • I've also misled you if I've conveyed an atmosphere of trivia at Sunday boarders' lunch; these lunches are important to me.†   (source)
  • Please permit the room to convey a lesson we learned from the same teachers: the proximity of a desirable thing tempts one to overindulgence.†   (source)
  • He blames weak parents for the excesses of the sixties youth counterculture, advocates spanking disobedient children with a "neutral object," and says that parents must convey to preschoolers two fundamental messages: "( 1) I love you, little one, more than you can possibly understand ….†   (source)
  • That touch conveyed so much to me.†   (source)
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