English words and Examples of Usage

use "convey" in a sentence

I want to convey the sorrow of the Spanish people for this tragic outcome.

This is a humanitarian message which I will convey to the world, she said.

The message she wants to convey is "we are not hot-wired for war," she said.

Expressive benefits convey to us and to others our values, tastes and status.

Cue much discussion about what subtle message the company is trying to convey.

And he had a very strong ability to convey emotional affect in a painted image.

This message of cooperation is one they must continue to convey to the US, he added.

But they can only convey their message at specific times and only to small audiences.

May I suggest replacing "shock" with words that convey some empathy and understanding?

Sacks not only achieved that peace but managed to convey it beautifully in these essays.

Pratt, often an ever-likable Everyman in part, is able to convey more charm that disarms.

Always very politically vocal, Kennedy has used his fame to convey political messages.

Now was this purposeful, perhaps intended to convey that Ren was, in fact, all of those things?

Please convey to the President our thanks for this meeting and the warm welcome we have received.

The choreography is simple and repetitive, as it should be, in order to convey its musical lessons.

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