Thesaurus / expositor
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Indeed, whatever be the immediate subject of a jurisconsult of this epoch, he may always be called an expositor of Equity.

Ancient LawSir Henry James Sumner Maine

With a derisive laugh they enquired if he would be bold enough, on these terms, to become the expositor.

But far be it from us to insinuate that the chief value of the Expositor was the pleasure with which it supplied the author.

It needs no other expositor and interpreter than our own conscience.

Cicero's Tusculan DisputationsMarcus Tullius Cicero

The only force employed was the breaking in of the doors to the Expositor office when admittance was denied.

And what in the world's this?wrapped up as if it was something greatoh, my expositor!

The list of the Expositor's Bible Series has been moved from the beginning to the end of the book.

The learned Professor argues in the Expositor that the Gospel narrative is located within historic times.

I had been taught spelling out of an expositor—a sort of pocket dictionary containing about fifteen hundred words.

He was a critic of philosophy, an expositor whom we can scarcely spare.

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