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In the East, imagination is at liberty to expatiate on past grandeur, wisdom, and politeness.
JOURNAL OF A VOYAGE TO BRAZILMARIA GRAHAM
As to the comparison between the two ladies, I will expatiate more on that subject, (for I like it,) when I have had them both.
CLARISSA, VOLUME 6 (OF 9)SAMUEL RICHARDSON
Mrs. Evelyn let John expatiate on her daughter's heroism till steps were heard approaching, and his aunt knocked at the door.
MAGNUM BONUMCHARLOTTE M. YONGE
But we must not expatiate on its effects; we must only give a little attention to the means by which they are achieved.
THE ENGLISH NOVELGEORGE SAINTSBURY
I'll warrant ye, the Sergeant no' troubled himself to expatiate on the renown of the country where his regiment was raised?
THE PATHFINDERJAMES FENIMORE COOPER
I shall not expatiate on my oeconomical affairs, which cannot be instructive or amusing to the reader.
MEMOIRS OF MY LIFE AND WRITINGSEDWARD GIBBON
She felt that though she would have delighted to expatiate on this great triumph, she must be silent at present.
THE WAY WE LIVE NOWANTHONY TROLLOPE
To expatiate upon the importance of thought would be absurd.
HOW WE THINKJOHN DEWEY
I could expatiate on this subject, from what comes every day within my own knowledge.
THE POWER OF FAITHISABELLA GRAHAM
This is a matter on which so little is known, that we are induced to expatiate upon it.
CHAMBERS'S EDINBURGH JOURNAL, NO. 431VARIOUS
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