Thesaurus / expatiate

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Now, beloved reader, it behoves us to define and distinguish, as well as amplify and expatiate.

Flowers of FreethoughtGeorge W. Foote

There were not wanting advocates to expatiate upon the nature of this grievance, which, however, was not redressed.

And as they rode homeward Grimes went on to expatiate at length upon Marian's reputed literary tastes and acquirements.

It cannot be necessary to expatiate at all upon the nature of the offence.

But it is not my intention to expatiate with the same minuteness on the whole series of the Byzantine history.

When the moon is not in its splendour, how can one expatiate on its ecstasy?

He continued to expatiate on the dog's points—the number of wrinkles, the bandiness of the legs, etc.

Spring DaysGeorge Moore

It would be tedious to expatiate very particularly upon the extent and variety of Remmy Carroll's accomplishments.

Bits of BlarneyR. Shelton Mackenzie

No man is unwilling to expatiate concerning himself, even when he is trying to corner a fellow-man.

"Why, her hat alone must have——" Amabel began, with every appearance of meaning to expatiate.

A Young Man's YearAnthony Hope

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