Definition of Exposited

1. Verb. (past of exposit) ¹



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Definition of Exposited

1. exposit [v] - See also: exposit

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Exposited

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exposal
exposals
expose
expose oneself
exposed
exposed pulp
exposedly
exposedness
exposeome
exposer
exposers
exposes
exposing
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exposited (current term)
expositing
exposition
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expositionary
expositions
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expositorily
expositors
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expositour
exposits
expostulate
expostulated

Literary usage of Exposited

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1. The Cry for Justice: An Anthology of the Literature of Social Protest by Upton Sinclair (1915)
"Down the past, civilizations have exposited themselves in terms' of power, of world-power or of other-world power. x^No civilization has yet exposited ..."

2. Education by Project Innovation (Organization) (1898)
"The student will find every subject fully exposited and the information furnished is of the kind every citizen should be in possession of. ..."

3. Luther Burbank: His Methods and Discoveries and Their Practical Application by Luther Burbank, John Whitson, Robert John, Henry Smith Williams, Luther Burbank Society (1914)
"It involves no principles, however, that have not been fully exposited in connection with other plants, and for details of the work the reader may be ..."

4. Recollections of Robert Louis Stevenson in the Pacific by Arthur Johnstone (1905)
"It must also be remembered that the frequent contradictions to be found in some of his writings are to be dealt with leniently rather than exposited. ..."

5. The Measurement of General Exchange-value by Correa Moylan Walsh (1901)
"The similarity with the CM« of exchange-value as exposited in Proposition XXXIII. is manifest. There is only one difference, which gives greater simplicity ..."

6. Humanics by Thomas Wharton Collins (1860)
"If, therefore, Induction be one of the grand laws of the process of thought, it ought to be carefully and amply exposited in every treatise on Logic or ..."

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