Definition of Expounds

1. Verb. (third-person singular of expound) ¹



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Definition of Expounds

1. expound [v] - See also: expound

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Expounds

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exposure
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exposure meter
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exposure therapy
exposure treatment
exposures
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expounder
expounders
expounding
expounds (current term)
express
express-mail
express emotion
express feelings
express joy
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express rifle
express train
express trains
express trust
expressable

Literary usage of Expounds

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1. Robert Y. Hayne and His Times by Theodore Dehon Jervey (1909)
"HAYNE expounds ITS PRACTICABILITY FROM ITS PREVIOUS USE. CALHOUN'S LOGICAL EXPOSITION. SUMTER'S SOLEMN APPEAL AT the beginning of the year 1831 it began to ..."

2. Shakespeare Studies, and Essay on English Dictionaries by Thomas Spencer Baynes, Lewis Campbell (1896)
"... but simply refers to them incidentally in connection with his own labours, and the improved methods of teaching he expounds and enforces. ..."

3. Archibald Constable and His Literary Correspondents: A Memorial by Thomas Constable (1873)
"... Constable's Miscellany "— Letter from Mr. Lockhart regarding it and a variorum Shakespeare by Mr. Gilford—My father expounds at Abbotsford his scheme of ..."

4. The Friendly Craft: A Collection of American Letters edited by Elizabeth Deering Hanscom (1908)
"... Ralph Waldo Emerson expounds his creed ^o xo CONCORD, July 3, 1841 AM very much moved by the earnestness of your appeal, but very much humbled by it; ..."

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