- v. Simple past tense and past participle of expound.
“It was there that Letwin expounded the central ethos of the Cameron policy towards the EU, which amounts to a belief that that Britain needed membership of the EU.”
“St. St.phen's audiences have listened to some of the world's best orators, and have had the word expounded by superior doctors of divinity.”
“So St. Stephen's audiences have listened to some of the world's best orators, and have had the word expounded by superior doctors of divinity.”
“ Origen would have the word expounded in Christian houses.”
“Scrotes, as was his use, delved to the root of the word and expounded its meaning as that which befits a man.”
“Lêng-yen-ching expounded, that is, read aloud with an extempore paraphrase, to lay congregations in China, and the section of it called the Diamond Cutter is the book which is most commonly in the hands of religious Tibetans.”
“ See this phrase expounded in _Works_ ( 'Book of Fallacies'), ii.”
“If they did, the two principal political dilemma expounded in Eran Riklis's - Lemon Tree, - which he co-wrote with Saha Araf, would not exist.”
“The prophets seem to have been such as expounded the writings of the Old Testament, and foretold things to come.”
“Highness would please to have patience and allow the man sufficient time to expound his ideas "-- which were, in fact, already" expounded "in more than a score of volumes!”
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