exposition[ ek-spuh-zish-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF exposition
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXPOSITION
She was an exposition of the domestic resources of Horn o' the Moon.
This, sir, is your exposition of the Savior's rule of right.
I said, as if I had only been waiting for her exposition of the case.
I listened one day with much interest 117 to an exposition of the evils of salt.
Prussian militarists are experts in the exposition of similar theories.
From an oration on "Columbus and the Exposition," delivered in Chicago in 1890.
Gino did not greet it, but continued the exposition of his policy.
To the profoundest science must be united a clearness of exposition that only Raphael has.
Their botanical exhibit was one of the most notable at the exposition.
Thus the first advance was taken in the exposition of the scheme of the universe.