expositor expositor


  • (n) a person who explains


  1. Inducted into the Army in San Francisco, William Saroyan, the drama's expositor of the throbbing heart.
  2. Published in hardcover soon after, the terse account of unnatural disaster established its author as a major expositor of big themes and public enlightenments.
  3. Cheever is not a great expositor of character.


  1. "Both as a public intellectual and as a diplomat, Mary Ann Glendon has impressively served our Church and our country," said the Rev. John Jenkins, the university president. "She is an articulate and compelling expositor of Catholic social...
    on Mar 21, 2009 By: John Jenkins Source: ABC News

  2. "Bernanke is very, very different," Blinder said. "He's a clear expositor; he speaks very clearly, he uses good and simple English."
    on Jan 31, 2007 By: Alan Blinder Source: CNN International

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