expository definition

  • adjective:
    • offering to spell out, explicate, or elucidate; expositive; of or concerning exposition.
    • Pertaining to, or containing, exposition; serving to spell out; explanatory; illustrative; exegetical.
    • serving to expound or established
    • Serving to explain, explicate, or elucidate; expositive; of or concerning exposition.
    • related to, or containing, exposition; offering to describe; explanatory; illustrative; exegetical.
    • serving to expound or established
  • others:
    • Serving to describe; maintaining expound.
    • establishing forth, or set forth, for example; particularly, in logic, single; concerning an individual individual. Hence, an expository syllogism is certainly one in which the middle term is one.
    • Serving to spell out; tending to expound.
    • establishing forth, or set forth, for instance; especially, in reasoning, single; concerning a single individual. Thus, an expository syllogism is certainly one where the middle term is one.

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