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Who, in this respect, made him a greater light and a clearer expounder than the Christian Paley?
BEACON LIGHTS OF HISTORY, VOLUME IJOHN LORD
A strange feeling for an expounder of the sacred word to experience in the presence of an apparently commonplace man.
SOUTHERN HEARTSFLORENCE HULL WINTERBURN
Yes, there lay the Prussians over Sunday; and might hear some weighty expounder, if they liked.
HISTORY OF FRIEDRICH II. OF PRUSSIA, VOL. XV. (OF XXI.)THOMAS CARLYLE
It was in vain to appeal to Mr. Webster, then at the height of his reputation as a Union-saver and great constitutional expounder.
THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY, VOLUME 18, NO. 109, NOVEMBER, 1866VARIOUS
The author of these books is in large part a follower and expounder of Spencer.
THE WORLD'S BEST BOOKSFRANK PARSONS
And now let us finally bid farewell to Oscar Wilde as sthete, or, rather, as prophet and expounder of the sthetic.
OSCAR WILDELEONARD CRESSWELL INGLEBY
He was a grammarian, commentator and expounder of the Law, but he was not free from the errors of the members of his creed.
HISTORY OF THE JEWS, VOL. III (OF 6)HEINRICH GRAETZ
I tell you that such a one has to rely upon the results arrived at by the investigator and the expounder of Holy Writ.
HISTORY OF THE JEWS, VOL. III (OF 6)HEINRICH GRAETZ
He was a great expounder of natural religion as studied by his observation and by his conscience.
UNDER CSARS' SHADOWHENRY FRANCIS COLBY
He is less a seeker than an expounder; less a philosopher than a preacher; and he boldly dismisses proof in favour of exhortation.
DIDEROT AND THE ENCYCLOPDISTSJOHN MORLEY
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO EXPOUNDER

  • advocates
  • backers
  • champions
  • defenders
  • enthusiasts
  • exponents
  • expounders
  • friends
  • partisans
  • patrons
  • protectors
  • seconders
  • seconds
  • spokespersons
  • subscribers
  • supporters
  • upholders
  • vindicators
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