Definition of Expressiveness. Meaning of Expressiveness. Synonyms of Expressiveness

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Definition of Expressiveness

Expressiveness
Expressive Ex*press"ive, a. [Cf. F. expressif.] 1. Serving to express, utter, or represent; indicative; communicative; -- followed by of; as, words expressive of his gratitude. Each verse so swells expressive of her woes. --Tickell. 2. Full of expression; vividly representing the meaning or feeling meant to be conveyed; significant; emphatic; as, expressive looks or words. You have restrained yourself within the list of too cold an adieu; be more expressive to them. --Shak. Through her expressive eyes her soul distinctly spoke. --Littelton. -- Ex*press"ive*ly,adv. -- Ex*press"ive*ness,n.

Meaning of Expressiveness from wikipedia

- Expressivity, expressiveness, and expressive power may refer to: Expressivity (genetics), variations in a phenotype among individuals carrying a particular...
- Expressive aphasia, also known as Broca's aphasia, is a type of aphasia characterized by partial loss of the ability to produce language (spoken, manual...
- In genetics, expressivity is the degree to which a phenotype is expressed by individuals having a particular genotype. (Alternately, it may refer to the...
- The expressive therapies are the use of the creative arts as a form of therapy, including the distinct disciplines expressive arts therapy and the creative...
- In psychology, expressive suppression is an aspect of emotion regulation. It is a concept "based on individuals' emotion knowledge, which includes knowledge...
- and described the title track as "a shimmering ballad perfect for his expressive tenor." William Ruhlmann called the album "s****y formula country", and...
- lion socialisation occurs through a number of behaviours; the animal's expressive movements are highly developed. The most common peaceful, tactile gestures...
- This table provides two measures of expressiveness from two different sources. An additional measure of expressiveness, in GZip bytes, can be found on the...
- "remarkable mixture of tenderness and poise", but supplemented with "an expressive quality somewhere between stoicism (at suspected infidelity) and anguish...
- Mixed receptive-expressive language disorder (DSM-IV 315.32) is a communication disorder in which both the receptive and expressive areas of communication...
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