1 During our walk, Clerval endeavoured to say a few words of consolation; he could only express his heartfelt sympathy.
2 Sometimes I wished to express my sensations in my own mode, but the uncouth and inarticulate sounds which broke from me frightened me into silence again.
3 I lived at West Egg, the--well, the less fashionable of the two, though this is a most superficial tag to express the bizarre and not a little sinister contrast between them.
4 This outward mutability indicated, and did not more than fairly express, the various properties of her inner life.
5 Thus the minister felt no apprehension that Roger Chillingworth would touch, in express words, upon the real position which they sustained towards one another.
The Scarlet Letter By Nathaniel HawthorneContext Highlight In XX.THE MINISTER IN A MAZE
6 Your secret is safe with me; but pardon me if I express some surprise at so unnecessary a communication.
7 I cannot express my disappointment in having missed you the day before yesterday, nor my astonishment at not having received any answer to a note which I sent you above a week ago.
8 Long letters from her, quickly succeeding each other, arrived to tell all that she suffered and thought; to express her anxious solicitude for Marianne, and entreat she would bear up with fortitude under this misfortune.
9 Edward was the first to speak, and it was to notice Marianne's altered looks, and express his fear of her not finding London agree with her.
10 Understand, that I express no opinion, one way or other, on the trust I undertake.
11 He says, no varnish can hide the grain of the wood; and that the more varnish you put on, the more the grain will express itself.
12 Pointing with his pen at the office floor, to express that Australia was understood, for the purposes of the figure, to be symmetrically on the opposite spot of the globe.
13 Towards Mr. Pocket, as a grown-up infant with no notion of his own interests, they showed the complacent forbearance I had heard them express.
14 It is impossible to express with what acuteness I felt the convict's breathing, not only on the back of my head, but all along my spine.
15 I was beginning to express my gratitude to my benefactor for the great liberality with which I was treated, when Mr. Jaggers stopped me.