express itself/themselves

idiom

of feelings
: to become known or seen as the result of a particular action
His rage and frustration expressed themselves as/in/through temper tantrums.

Examples of express itself/themselves in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The brand supports and encourages female filmmakers to express themselves, share their insights, and create stories of the era through the moving image, while also exploring innovative perspectives in women’s filmmaking. WWD, 3 July 2024 Everyone can express themselves through their art, using various materials that represent the four elements and their personal goals for the fall season before the winter solstice. Zayda Rivera, Parents, 2 July 2024 However, in many areas having to do with the competitors’ appearance and dress code, the ruling sports committees are slowly allowing the gymnasts to express themselves more freely, making changes to policies around how hair and makeup can be worn during competitions. Skylar Mitchell, Essence, 2 July 2024 True to their Water element, Cancer communicates with sensitivity, empathy and a preference for in-depth conversations, where both parties can express themselves openly and with vulnerability. Valerie Mesa, Peoplemag, 25 June 2024 See all Example Sentences for express itself/themselves 

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“Express itself/themselves.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/express%20itself%2Fthemselves. Accessed 17 Jul. 2024.

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