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- v. to expound
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- v. to set forth reasons; to explain or expound.
- v. to make external.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To expound; explain or interpret.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. state
- v. add details, as to an account or idea; clarify the meaning of and discourse in a learned way, usually in writing
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While Ms. Barker attempts to describe all that is wrong with the war and the international community's persistent failure to win over the locals' "hearts and minds," she is part of the very problems she claims to exposit.
If you're True Blood, you blithely exposit that time moves differently in Fairyland and move all the show's action ahead a year, lickety split.
It offered a few words that were pretty good equivalents (detail, fill in, round out, exposit), and, as would be expected from a semisupervised method, a few that were somewhat off (instance, set forth).
But to the majority, who are bound to be strangers, let me exposit myself.
I got an explanation of sorts from Sinestro Corps War, where the Guardians exposit that, although earth is not the center of the universe, it is the center of the Multiverse.
I've learned some things about why we exposit and why we write transitions, and how we can do both unobtrusively, and why we provide a little guidance -- line of direction, the camera track and points of focus through the long shot (to strain a metaphor) -- for the reader as he comes along with us.
Allison Mack is the most talented actress on the show, regularly spinning crap writing into gold with her fantastic delivery, the only one able to exposit worth a damn, and she has been amiable, fan and media-friendly, and professional to boot.
Basiledian heretics, revived of late in  Turkey, of what sect Rustan Bassa was patron, defended by  Galeatius  Erasmus, by Zuinglius in exposit. fidei ad Regem Galliae, whose tenet
Mopsworth, a reverse-engineering of the kind you evocatively exposit has in effect been done.
It is this knowledge which Girard is seeking to exposit in his writings.
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