Definition of Expositing

1. Verb. (present participle of exposit) ¹



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Definition of Expositing

1. exposit [v] - See also: exposit

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Expositing

exposal
exposals
expose
expose oneself
exposed
exposed pulp
exposedly
exposedness
exposeome
exposer
exposers
exposes
exposing
exposit
exposited
expositing (current term)
exposition
expositional
expositionary
expositions
expositive
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expositorily
expositors
expository
expositour
exposits
expostulate
expostulated
expostulates

Literary usage of Expositing

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1. The Story of Nineteenth-century Science by Henry Smith Williams (1904)
"This essay, expositing ideas by no means exclusively original with Malthus, emphasizes the fact that organisms tend to increase at a geometrical ratio ..."

2. Luther Burbank, His Life and Work: His Life and Work by Henry Smith Williams (1915)
"... and its universal acceptance as a part of common knowledge. MINGLING MODIFIED GERM-PLASMS In all this, then, we are expositing the ..."

3. A Select Library of Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers of the Christian Church by Philip Schaff, Henry Wace (1892)
"We have sent a copy of the expositing, that two copies may be made, and you may subscribe them both. CLXV. Letter of the same to the same.1 To the very ..."

4. With Walt Whitman in Camden by Horace Traubel (1908)
"W. went on expositing at considerable length, defending Hugo against wholesale charges, yet permitting slight deductions. "I can imagine O'Connor taking ..."

5. A History of Science by Henry Smith Williams, Edward Huntington Williams (1904)
"This essay, expositing ideas by no means exclusively original with Malthus, emphasizes the fact that organisms tend to increase at a geometrical ratio ..."

6. An Essay on Dew and Several Appearances Connected with it by William Charles Wells, Louis P. Casella, Richard Strachan (1866)
"... subsequent to Wells, the observations on nocturnal radiation from the earth's surface continue to be made by expositing naked thermometers on grass. ..."

7. The Story of the Lall Bazar Baptist Church, Calcutta: Being the History of by Edward Steane Wenger (1908)
"... in commodious houses each week for prayer and expositing the Scripture at which many friends besides those of our denomination were present ..."

8. Modern Development of the Chemical and Biological Sciences by Henry Smith Williams, Edward Huntington Williams (1912)
"This essay, expositing ideas by no means exclusively original with Malthus, emphasizes the fact that organisms tend to increase at a geometrical ratio ..."

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