expounding

[ US /ɪkˈspaʊndɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /ɛkspˈa‍ʊndɪŋ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a systematic interpretation or explanation (usually written) of a specific topic
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How To Use expounding In A Sentence

  • Given how much more has to be explained to the reader, the dialogue is much wordier here than in your typical Archie comic, with everyone expounding on what they think and how they feel. Archie Comics for February 2010 » Comics Worth Reading
  • As well as his tours he published various essays expounding his ideas and methods.
  • He's always expounding on what's wrong with the world.
  • Malken can get poetically drunk, and usually does, on one cocktail; Aaron Hancock is an expert wine-bibber; and Terrence McFane, knowing little of one drink from another, and caring less, can put ninety-nine men out of a hundred under the table and go right on lucidly expounding epicurean anarchy. CHAPTER X
  • The queen, whose dread and hatred of the puritans augmented with the severities which she exercised against them, had conceived a violent aversion to certain meetings called prophesyings, at this time held by the clergy for the purpose of exercising their younger members in expounding the Scriptures, and at which the laity had begun to attend as auditors in great numbers and with much interest. Memoirs of the Court of Queen Elizabeth
  • My dear friend George "Axxel" Knutson, Wall street Money Manager andfinancial pundit wrote me a letter expounding onthe Death of the Republican Party or, as he calls it, The PartyThat Is No More. THE DEATH OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY
  • But apart from me, expounding on the murdering pioneer of moving pictures, infinity and ecologic, you will also come across a professor from Arizona State University on exterrestrial life, an Oxford professor on the realities of nuclear power, a superb writer on the science of music, a TV scientist on weird inventions and more. Hear a real writer/scientist speak
  • France, and being welcomed by our said lord with a chearefull and fauourable countenance, they presented certaine letters on your behalfe vnto the kings Maiestie, with that reuerence which beseemed them: expounding vnto his highnes, sundry piracies and molestations offered of late vpon the sea, by his liege people and subiects vnto yours, contrary to the leagues of peace and amitie, which hitherto The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation
  • This literal and most pious exposition of that gospel contains the whole practical science of virtues and vices, and is an inexhausted source of excellent morality, and a finished model of preaching the word of God, and of expounding the oracles of eternal life for the edification of souls. The Lives of the Fathers, Martyrs, and Principal Saints January, February, March
  • I am wary of definitions -- even in expounding the exact sciences to an elementary class. Education for a Classless Society
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