expatiate definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • To talk or compose at length: expatiated about them until everybody was bored stiff.
    • To walk easily.
    • To range at-large, or without discipline.
    • To expand in discourse or writing; is copious in argument or discussion; to descant.
    • To speak or write at size: expatiated on the subject until everyone was annoyed.
    • To walk easily.
    • To range in particular, or without restraint.
    • To expand in discourse or writing; become copious in argument or conversation; to descant.
  • verb:
    • To vary most importantly, or without restraint.
    • to create or talk at size; to be copious in argument or conversation, to descant.
    • to enhance; to distribute; to extend; to diffuse; to broaden.
    • incorporate details, on an account or idea; make clear this is of and discourse in a learned method, generally written down
    • To range in particular, or without restraint.
    • to publish or speak at length; is copious in argument or conversation, to descant.
    • to grow; to spread; to give; to diffuse; to broaden.
    • add details, regarding a merchant account or idea; clarify this is of and discourse in a learned means, usually in writing
  • verb-transitive:
    • to enhance; to distribute; to increase; to diffuse; to broaden.
    • to enhance; to spread; to increase; to diffuse; to broaden.
  • others:
    • To move in particular; rove without recommended limitations; walk without discipline.
    • To enlarge in discourse or writing; be copious in debate or discussion: with on or upon.
    • allowing to range at-large; provide no-cost workout to; expand; broaden.
    • to go at-large; rove without prescribed limitations; roam without restraint.
    • To enlarge in discourse or writing; be copious in argument or conversation: with on or upon.
    • to permit to range in particular; give no-cost workout to; expand; broaden.

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