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convey
used in Fearless

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1  —2 uses as in:
convey her thoughts
Definition
communicate or express
  • His face conveyed such acute agony, while everyone else was cheering.
    p. 149.3
  • I knew what was coming, but I hoped for a different outcome.... somehow Equally devastating and shockingly sudden was the loss of life on August 6, 2011, including Adam's friends and teammates, several of whom had sat with me for hours to ensure that his story would be rich in detail, to illustrate—so I might convey to the world—just how special he had been.
    p. 322.8

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  • "Always does," replied Heath, who slapped Adam's shoulder, then gave it a squeeze—meant to convey both strength and compassion.
    p. 257.4
  • All quotes, slang, inner thoughts, dialogue, and descriptions have been conveyed to me by those intimately involved in the story to the best of their ability and individual memories.
    p. xiii.9
  • Over dinner with Janice and Larry one night, Kelley could sense their reservations, despite the optimism they conveyed—exactly what she was experiencing.
    p. 101.1
  • It had been barely a year since Adam had died, and as I told each of them how sorry I was for their loss, the sadness in their eyes conveyed how fresh and deep the pain still was.
    p. 320.5

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