Origin of expound
OTHER WORDS FROM expoundex·pound·er, nounpre·ex·pound, verb (used with object)un·ex·pound·ed, adjective
How to use expound in a sentence
Who, in this respect, made him a greater light and a clearer expounder than the Christian Paley?Beacon Lights of History, Volume I|John Lord
A strange feeling for an expounder of the sacred word to experience in the presence of an apparently commonplace man.Southern Hearts|Florence Hull Winterburn
Yes, there lay the Prussians over Sunday; and might hear some weighty expounder, if they liked.History of Friedrich II. of Prussia, Vol. XV. (of XXI.)|Thomas Carlyle
It was in vain to appeal to Mr. Webster, then at the height of his reputation as a Union-saver and great constitutional expounder.
The author of these books is in large part a follower and expounder of Spencer.The World's Best Books|Frank Parsons