2. Adjective. Declared information openly. ¹
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Definition of Expositional
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Literary usage of Expositional
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1. Biblical Counsel: Resources for Renewal : an Annotated Topical Bibliography by Steven C. Kettler (1993)
"1 Genesis: An expositional Commentary, Vol. 2 Boice, JM, How God Can Use Nobodies; Small Enough to Be Great: Abraham, Moses and David 60158 Boice, JM, ..."
2. The Old Norse Element in Swedish Romanticism by Adolph Burnett Benson (1914)
"The expositional soliloquy was a favorite device with German dramatists before Hauptmann, Holz, Sudermann, and other members of the modern naturalistic ..."
3. Constructive Rhetoric by Edward Everett Hale (1896)
"In paragraphs that are really expositional in character, treatments of some ... But in any extended argument the paragraphs are usually expositional in ..."
4. Poverty and Equity: Measurement, Policy and Estimation with DAD by Jean-Yves Duclos, Abdelkrim Araar (2006)
"The indices we will use will sometimes require these living standards to be strictly positive, and, for expositional simplicity, we may assume that this is ..."
5. Value and Distribution: A Critical and Constructive Study by Herbert Joseph Davenport (1908)
"Now, not at all denying the service, both expositional and doctrinal, of this point ... Seemingly upon considerations both of expositional advantage and of ..."
6. Practical English Composition by Carolyn M. Gerrish, Margaret Cunningham (1912)
"Bring to class five sentences that are in the main narrative, but that contain descriptive or expositional elements. 4. Bring to class five sentences that ..."