Origin of expatiate
OTHER WORDS FROM expatiateex·pa·ti·a·tion, nounex·pa·ti·a·tor, noun
How to use expatiate in a sentence
A tempting subject for expatiation, especially when one remembers—and who that has once read it can forget?Sir Walter Scott|William Paton Ker
For example, the card called Fortitude is an opportunity for expatiation on will as the secret of strength.The Illustrated Key to the Tarot|L. W. de Laurence
Gower Woodseer's engagement with the girl Madge was a happier subject for expatiation and agreement.The Amazing Marriage, Complete|George Meredith
The inevitable monotony of the panegyrics on Honorius is relieved by just and brilliant expatiation on the duties of a sovereign.
His brother-in-law paused in the middle of an expatiation on the business opportunities of the neighborhood.Martin Eden|Jack London