expositor[ ik-spoz-i-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF expositor
Synonyms for expositor
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It is, therefore, to us, the present expositor of the divine mind.
The name chosen for this newspaper was the Expositor, and Emmons was its editor.
Every sentiment finds an expositor, every feeling an oracle.
And what in the world's this?wrapped up as if it was something greatoh, my expositor!
These and some others are discussed in a paper in the Expositor, May, 1909, by the present writer.
But, as I have often said, Mrs. Unwin shall be my expositor.
The great object of the Expositor's Bible has been just this—to let the Bible speak for itself.
No party of any considerable magnitude has ever regarded him as its expositor.
Pomponazzi claimed to be no more than an expositor of Aristotle's system.
For our time at least Emerson may best be left to be his own expositor.