Mourdock was not the only Republican candidate to expatiate on the subject of rape.
And while you expatiate upon your cousin's cool head and colder heart, and recommend me to make sure of this pattern partner—yes!
It is needless to expatiate on its poetic merit or felicity of diction.
Does not expatiate on their ignorance, their blackness, or their nakedness.
It cannot be necessary to expatiate at all upon the nature of the offence.
Ralph, feeling that he had possibly scored in his favor, continued to expatiate on the pleasures of housekeeping.
This, however, is a subject on which it is not our intention to expatiate here.
Nevertheless, they have been of use in showing me when to expatiate a little and to introduce a few new discussions.
What necessity was there to expatiate on her brother's drunkenness?
But I and my chimney must explain; and as we are both rather obese, we may have to expatiate.