I then asked Queequeg whether he himself was ever troubled with dyspepsia; expressing
the idea very plainly, so that he could take it in.
But if these suspicions were really his, he sagaciously refrained from verbally expressing
them, however his actions might seem to hint them.
She came forward, and, courteously expressing
her concern for Haley's accident, pressed him to stay to dinner, saying that the cook should bring it on the table immediately.
It is only expressing
to men feebly your desire that it should prevail.
John Knightley did not by any means like; he anticipated nothing in the visit that could be at all worth the purchase; and the whole of their drive to the vicarage was spent by him in expressing