Definition of expounder in English:


Pronunciation /ɪkˈspaʊndə//ɛkˈspaʊndə/


  • See expound

    • ‘The most just exposition of the sacred texts, and relation of them to the issues and causes of the parish, gave the expounder a right to judge and to minister to spiritual needs.’
    • ‘Its expounders view the market-led development strategy as a means of achieving prosperity.’
    • ‘Playfair earned for himself a high reputation in at least three branches of pure science, not primarily as a discoverer but rather as an expounder of theories.’
    • ‘O'Gorman was one of the principal expounders of functionalist architecture in Mexico.’
    • ‘He's an unwitting folklorist, a collector and expounder of hipster philosophy, barroom trivia, and pseudoscience.’