expound [verb]

Definition of expound:

add details, as to an account or idea; clarify the meaning of and discourse in a learned way, usually in writing

present and explain (a theory or idea) in detail.

explain the meaning of (a literary or doctrinal work).

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Sentence/Example of expound:

The professor will expound on the principles of quantum mechanics.

She asked him to expound on his theory during the meeting.

He took the time to expound the intricacies of the legal case.

The teacher expounded the poem's themes to the class.

The scientist expounded her findings at the conference.

During the lecture, the author expounded on his inspirations for the novel.

The lawyer expounded the contract's terms to ensure understanding.

The philosopher expounded his views on ethics and morality.

She expounded on the benefits of a healthy diet.

The historian expounded the significance of the ancient artifact.