View definitions for exposition


Discover More

Example Sentences

Foreign policy briefing Today’s WorldView and a suite of 202-branded politics newsletters contain more analysis and exposition from their authors.

From Digiday

It’s not Old’s constant exposition that’s the problem so much as the unending, clunky over-explanation.

From Vox

According to a Rolling Stone profile of Thompson, the filmmakers determined the moment distracted from the scene’s exposition.

From Time

My favorite ranks this low in the first game mostly because she suffers from having to be an exposition machine for two entire races — the Quarians and the Geth.

Tali, who is now untethered from exposition duty, gets the best loyalty mission in the game.

All this shows the real problem when telling the story of geniuses: exposition.

In the hands of a lessor actor, she might have even seemed like an exposition machine.

Recently, ProPublica wrote a deep and haunting exposition on the re-segregation of schools in the South, including Tuscaloosa.

The New American Commentary: An Exegetical and Theological Exposition of Holy Scripture, Volume 1A, Genesis 1-11:26.

Those bored by exposition who like action and dialogue written in the present tense will eat these up.

"Chanson," exhibited at the Paris Exposition, 1900, displays something of the same quality.

To guide his mind into the channel of the printed exposition, he calls into play the Directory power of the attention.

Martin Falleix obtained a brevet for invention and a gold medal at the Exposition of 1824.

Following description, in order of difficulty, come exposition and argument.

The expression of such thoughts would be exposition, although it might contain a number of stories and descriptions.


On this page you'll find 134 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to exposition, such as: account, analysis, annotation, article, comment, and commentary.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.