expositor

NOUN
  1. a person who explains
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How To Use expositor In A Sentence

  • For want of a better adjective, the prose is very expository.
  • Most of what we know about his character comes from what other people say about him in helpful expository exchanges. Times, Sunday Times
  • At least, this was the method proposed by its foremost expositors.
  • Judges should not be the expositors of the nation's foreign policy, which is the role they play by acting when the President himself has not taken a clear stand.
  • This explanation provides us examples of Rae's great strength as an expositor and social critic and of his great weakness as a theorist.
  • (Chapter 2) The narrator's letters act neither as "chatty" correspondence nor as a narrative device that substitutes for conventional expository narration but could just as easily be replaced with some other device that gets the story told. Time's Arrow
  • A theatrical scene requires an obstacle unless it is a pure connective or expository situation.
  • They are respected in the entire United States as being faithful expositors of the Old Testament.
  • The next time you sit down to compose a corporate image brochure or virtually any kind of expository text, ask yourself the question: I know that no one wants to read what I am going to write, so how can I write something they will want to read? How to write a corporate image brochure people will truly want to read « Articles « Literacy News
  • He is like a skilled expositor with a gift for making complicated ideas sound simple. Times, Sunday Times
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