The spring collection was intended to expound on the female body, sensuality and skin--but not nudity.
Why, in an otherwise tough interview, he didn't ask Netanyahu to expound the distinction is beyond me.
I was going to expound on this today, but Josh Barro's got it covered.
The compulsion to expound on the grips of passion is timeless, it would seem.
He recognized me from TV, and began to expound his political opinions.
His ideas he must share, expound, illustrate, whether or no they were ripe.
Another of them had written a book to expound a new theory of crystallisation.
Around it stand the academies where are trained those destined to expound the teaching of the Prophet.
Its true meaning is indicated by that of its root, darash,54 to study, to expound.
Often had they listened to their father's lore, and brought their dreams to him to expound unto them.
c.1300, from Old French espondre "expound (on), set forth, explain," from Latin exponere "put forth, explain, expose, exhibit," from ex- "forth" (see ex-) + ponere "to put, place" (see position); with intrusive -d (cf. sound (n.1)). The usual Middle English form was expoune. Related: Expounded; expounding.