Of or pertaining to expression, either in language, the face or the arts(adjective)
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Use "expressional" in a sentence
"And as for sculpture, that is to say expressional sculpture, it is even more true in this case that the poor works terribly outnumber the good ones, though this is less noticed and makes less impression on the public."
"Listen to the first "expressional" from one of the teens, Olayinka."
"And, most directly, Wallace's often colloquial swirling assumption of opinion and counter-opinion, fact and hair-brained reaction, art theory and corndog design, has recently been hung by Maud Newton in the New York Times as the source of the linguistic and expressional excesses and sloppiness of an entire digital generation."