expounding : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a systematic interpretation or explanation (usually written) of a specific topic
- v add details, as to an account or idea; clarify the meaning of and discourse in a learned way, usually in writing
- v state
- Whether expounding on the laws of cause and effect, or the god Ganesha's birthday, the snowy-bearded Baba sits in the same leopard-skin print chair; only his headgear changes color.
- Fast forward just a few months, though, and the same mom can be found expounding on the design flaws of her stroller, wishing her diaper bag had a couple more pockets and surfing .
- In an interview with PTI earlier this year, he spent far more time expounding on his favorite fried-rice recipe than detailing just how he would tackle rising prices of the grain.
News & Articles
- Now, the NCAA can't even spell "College"
This is the best kind of spelling error. There’s no point even expounding on how much the NCAA is struggling these days. Their enforcement mechanisms are ineffective, the attempted recruiting deregulations were an abject failure, and pretty much everybody seems to hate president Mark Emmert.
June 16, 2013 - Sports Illustrated
- Mitt Romney in MSNBC
Romney's camp "sought to add context," saying Romney "did not intend to praise Hezbollah but was simply expounding on a proposal he made in April for a second Marshall Plan" to strengthen the "democratic underpinnings" in places...
- Jim Tracy in MLB.com
It's a pretty close call. I think we have to wait a few more days and see where the situation's going to take us before I get overly into expounding on it,Tracy said. "We still don't know the 25 we are going into the season with and we...
- Peter Sellars in guardian.co.uk
We hear the celestial voice of compassion expounding Buddha's four noble truths to mortals,is how Peter Sellars describes the love duet from Tristan und Isolde in a programme note for his new production of Wagner's masterpiece.