Definition of 'exposition'
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Giovanni paused at this point, apparently realizing that spite was curdling somewhat the detached purity of his exposition. MURKY SHALLOWS (2002)Veronica listened, fascinated -- more, Gerhardt thought, by Kitzi than by his political exposition, elAegant though it was. DARE CALL IT TREASON (2002)
Russell and Emerson kept trying to interrupt my orderly exposition, but I was in no mood for displays of masculine illogic. LORD OF THE SILENT (2002)
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Translations for 'exposition'
British English: exposition NOUN
An exposition of an idea or theory is a detailed explanation or account of it.
He was valued because of his clear exposition of rational thought.
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