Expatiation

  • 1Expatiation — Ex*pa ti*a tion, n. Act of expatiating. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2expatiation — index harangue Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3expatiation — expatiate ► VERB (usu. expatiate on) ▪ speak or write at length or in detail. DERIVATIVES expatiation noun. ORIGIN Latin exspatiari move beyond one s usual bounds …

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  • 4expatiation — noun see expatiate …

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  • 5expatiation — See expatiate. * * * …

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  • 6expatiation — noun An act of expatiating See Also: expatiate …

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  • 7expatiation — ex·pa·ti·a·tion || ek‚speɪʃɪ eɪʃn n. profuseness of speech, tendency to speak at great length …

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  • 8expatiation — ex·pa·ti·a·tion …

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  • 9expatiation — noun a discussion (spoken or written) that enlarges on a topic or theme at length or in detail • Derivationally related forms: ↑expatiate • Hypernyms: ↑expansion, ↑enlargement, ↑elaboration …

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  • 10expatiate — expatiation, n. expatiator, n. /ik spay shee ayt /, v.i., expatiated, expatiating. 1. to enlarge in discourse or writing; be copious in description or discussion: to expatiate upon a theme. 2. Archaic. to move or wander about intellectually,… …

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  • 11Enlargement — En*large ment, n. 1. The act of increasing in size or bulk, real or apparent; the state of being increased; augmentation; further extension; expansion. [1913 Webster] 2. Expansion or extension, as of the powers of the mind; ennoblement, as of the …

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  • 12expatiate — intransitive verb ( ated; ating) Etymology: Latin exspatiatus, past participle of exspatiari to wander, digress, from ex + spatium space, course Date: 1538 1. to move about freely or at will ; wander 2. to speak or write at length or in detail <&#8230; …

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  • 13Slovene punctuation — Punctuation marks are one or two part graphical marks used in writing, denoting tonal progress, pauses, sentence type (syntactic use), abbreviations, et cetera.Marks used in Slovene include full stops (.), question marks (?), exclamation marks&#8230; …

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  • 15Olympiodorus the Younger — (Greek: Ὀλύμπιόδωρος ὁ Νεώτερος)(c. 495 570) was a Neoplatonist philosopher, astrologer and teacher who lived in the early years of the Byzantine Empire, after Justinian s Decree of 529 A.D. which closed Plato s Academy in Athens and other pagan&#8230; …

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  • 16enlargement — I (addition) noun accession, advance, advancement, aggrandizement, aggravation, augmentation, broadening, expatiation, explication, extension, fullness, growth, increment, intensification, multiplication, proliferation, spreading, tumefaction,&#8230; …

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  • 17harangue — I noun abusive speech, bombast, contio, declamation, declamatory speech, diatribe, disquisition, effusion, exhortation, expatiation, invective, lecture, prelection, tirade, vehement speech associated concepts: harassment II index address (talk&#8230; …

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  • 18amplification — Synonyms and related words: access, accession, accomplishment, accretion, accrual, accruement, accumulation, addition, adjunct, advance, advancement, aggrandizement, aggravation, ampliation, annoyance, appreciation, ascent, augmentation,&#8230; …

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  • 19development — Synonyms and related words: abiogenesis, access, accession, accomplishment, accretion, accrual, accruement, accumulation, action, addition, advance, advancement, aggrandizement, aging, amplification, anacrusis, anagnorisis, angle, appreciation,&#8230; …

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  • 20dilation — Synonyms and related words: aggrandizement, amplification, ballyhoo, big talk, bloat, bloatedness, bloating, blowing up, boil, bump, bunion, burlesque, carbuncle, caricature, corn, cyst, development, diastole, dilatation, distension, dropsy,&#8230; …

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