Exposition [noun]

Definition of Exposition:

written description

Opposite/Antonyms of Exposition:

Sentence/Example of Exposition:

"Chanson," exhibited at the Paris Exposition, 1900, displays something of the same quality.

To guide his mind into the channel of the printed exposition, he calls into play the Directory power of the attention.

Martin Falleix obtained a brevet for invention and a gold medal at the Exposition of 1824.

Following description, in order of difficulty, come exposition and argument.

The expression of such thoughts would be exposition, although it might contain a number of stories and descriptions.

Exposition is that form of discourse which seeks to explain a term or a proposition.

Narration and description may be found in a piece of exposition; and all three may be employed in argument.

The next year, Exposition and Paragraphs form the major part of the work.

Towards the close of the year, Exposition should be reviewed and the study of Argument taken up.

The first will include narration and description; the second, exposition, argument, and persuasion.