conveyal

conveyal

(kənˈveɪəl)
n
the act or means of conveying
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In addition, the section containing Robert's notes begins by another preface written by Charles in which he refers to the "poverty" and the "opacity" of his brother's language, suggesting thereby that Robert's language was not adequate in its conveyal of his desire: Dans les premiers temps, [la] pauvrete exhibee [dans les notes de Robert] me serrait le coeur: je haissais mon frere et l'impossibilite ou il fut de trouver un mouvement qui enlevat aux mots leur opacite.