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
I call it “locker-room gender essentialism” because it reminds me of the so-called facts about the sexes that middle-school boys expounded on when the girls weren’t around.
In addition to reflecting on what propelled her forward, she instructs readers on birthing a movement, and she expounds what it means to join one.
In your book, you expound on the economic inequalities that have become increasingly stark over the last 40 years.The system is ‘rigged’: Robert Reich on the Supreme Court, economic inequality, and his Twitter beef with Elon Musk|reymashayekhi|October 12, 2020|Fortune
When a point needed expounding, a horseback ride into Rosewater was not an unwelcome diversion.Ancestors|Gertrude Atherton
In this essay find examples of the five methods of expounding a proposition.English: Composition and Literature|W. F. (William Franklin) Webster
Again, we find nowhere any orders to the priests or Levites to go about the country expounding or teaching the law.Ancient Faiths And Modern|Thomas Inman
For nine months the mission from Windesheim sat in Paris, expounding, demonstrating, hoping to persuade.The Age of Erasmus|P. S. Allen
For to-day the Minister was expounding a very serious question; both Ministerialists and Opposition must listen.The conquest of Rome|Matilde Serao