Synonyms of expression in English:

expression


See definition of expression

noun

1‘the government refused to allow the free expression of opposition views’

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utterance, uttering, voicing, pronouncement, declaration, articulation, verbalization, statement, proclamation, assertion, announcement, setting forth, venting, mouthing

dissemination, broadcast, circulation, communication, spreading, promulgation, publicizing, publication

rare asseveration

2‘he raised his eyebrows in an expression of sympathy’

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indication, intimation, demonstration, show, exhibition, manifestation, token

conveyance, communication, illustration, revelation, disclosure, embodiment

3‘Blanche invariably wore an expression of harassed fatigue’

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look, appearance, air, manner, bearing, countenance, guise, cast, aspect, impression

formal mien

4‘the old expression ‘curiosity killed the cat’’

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idiom, phrase, idiomatic expression, set phrase

proverb, saying, adage, maxim, axiom, aphorism, saw, motto, platitude, cliché, quotation, quote, formula

term, word

informal old chestnut

formal locution

5‘the height of poetic expression’

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diction, style, choice of words, turn of phrase, wording, phrasing, phraseology, language

delivery, execution

speech, intonation

6‘these pieces are very different from one another, both in choice of instruments and expression’

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emotion, feeling, passion, intensity, poignancy

style, intonation, tone, nuance

artistry, depth, spirit, imagination

vividness, ardour, power, force

7‘essential oils obtained by distillation or expression’

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squeezing, pressing, wringing, forcing out, extraction, extracting