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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of exposit.

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Examples

  • Later, when the two sages were obliviously engrossed in a heated battle as to whether Berlioz or Beethoven had exposited in their compositions the deeper intellect,

    CHAPTER XI

  • "It's only what you'd expect from a rich poet that'd trip up a foot-racer at an Irish picnic," Billy exposited.

    CHAPTER VIII

  • Abel Ah Yo, subtly sympathetic himself by virtue of his racial admixture, knowing human nature like a book and Alice Akana even more so, knew just what he was doing when he arose that memorable night and exposited God, hell, and eternity in terms of Alice

    WHEN ALICE TOLD HER SOUL

  • The Billow wasn't paying yet, O'Hara explained; and just as convincingly had he exposited that there was only one man in San Francisco capable of writing the serial, and that man Kit Bellew.

    THE TASTE OF THE MEAT

  • Also, he exposited the theory, as ancient as priests and rulers, that priests and rulers must work together in the orderly governance of the people.

    CHAPTER XV

  • "Hell is sure cluttered with geezers that played systems," he exposited, as the keeper raked the table.

    SHORTY DREAMS

  • And all the time Watson exposited the way Patsy Horan had done it.

    The Benefit of the Doubt

  • First he had attacked the literature of mysticism, and had done it exceeding well; and, next, he had successfully supplied the very literature he had exposited, thus proving himself to be that rare genius, a critic and a creator in one.

    Chapter 43

  • "Eleven miles across the mountains," the old man exposited pridefully to Stubener, "an 'a trail that'd break your heart."

    Chapter II

  • Captain West had vindicated himself, exposited himself.

    CHAPTER XII

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