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convey
used in Ulysses by James Joyce

7 uses
  • With a slow nod Bloom conveys his gratitude as that is exactly what Stephen needs.
    Episode 15 — Circe (99% in)
  • The housesteward of the amalgamated cats' and dogs' home was in attendance to convey these vessels when replenished to that beneficent institution.
    Episode 12 — Cyclops (32% in)
  • The goodness of your heart, I feel sure, will dictate to you better than my inadequate words the expressions which are most suitable to convey an emotion whose poignancy, were I to give vent to my feelings, would deprive me even of speech.
    Episode 12 — Cyclops (42% in)
  • So far as he could see he was rather pale in the face so that it occurred to him as highly advisable to get a conveyance of some description which would answer in their then condition, both of them being e.d.ed, particularly Stephen, always assuming that there was such a thing to be found.
    Episode 16 — Eumaeus (1% in)
  • His inscrutable face which was really a work of art, a perfect study in itself, beggaring description, conveyed the impression that he didn't understand one jot of what was going on.
    Episode 16 — Eumaeus (31% in)
  • Heat (convected), a mode of motion developed by such combustion, was constantly and increasingly conveyed from the source of calorification to the liquid contained in the vessel, being radiated through the uneven unpolished dark surface of the metal iron, in part reflected, in part absorbed, in part transmitted, gradually raising the temperature of the water from normal to boiling point, a rise in temperature expressible as the result of an expenditure of 72 thermal units needed to...
    Episode 17 — Ithaca (12% in)
  • When countrybound velocipedes, a chainless freewheel roadster cycle with side basketcar attached, or draught conveyance, a donkey with wicker trap or smart phaeton with good working solidungular cob (roan gelding, 14 h).
    Episode 17 — Ithaca (67% in)

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