Meaning of expressivity in English:



See expressive

‘For me, the balance between power and expressivity seems just right.’
  • ‘Young girls typically play with one or two other girls in activities that foster their ‘learning emotional skills of empathy, emotional self-awareness, and emotional expressivity.’’
  • ‘The differences might arise from variations in expressivity of these morphological traits in the populations.’
  • ‘Baker's critical project constitutes a search for strategies that help expose the richness, sophistication, and distinctiveness of African American expressivity.’
  • ‘Even greater clarity and expressivity are the hallmarks of Elgar's great Concerto for Violincello in E minor Op 85.’



/ɪksprɛˈsɪvɪti/ /ɛksprɛˈsɪvɪti/