expatiate

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to express at greater length or in greater detail

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The author's expatiating instinct can occasionally seem prolix, but it rewards the reader again and again with unexpected discovery.
Open Plan Living" was accordingly self-consciously situated as a fluid, temporary sketch of a structure that might productively house the future incarnations of Art TLV--a fitting, almost expatiating strategy for a nation dealing with the dissonance between its lofty ideological roots and their present manifestation.
Dear Julius" I've been cogitating, Long before expatiating, On the hopeless alterations, In our mutual relations; Having mounted in position, To a loftier condition, And because I cannot flattah I must say you are "non grata.
Owen emphasizes the key role of oral transmission, and its concomitant doctoring, spinning, inverting, and expatiating of the trigger-story.
Since when did memoranda about readings for a class in American literature become occasions for expatiating on the supposed evils of American foreign policy?
Surely these are parallel structures: four divine epithets followed by a sequence of relative clauses expatiating, as Hurowitz convincingly argues (p.