expositor

[ik-spoz-i-ter]
noun
a person who expounds or gives an exposition.

Origin:
1300–50; Middle English (< Anglo-French) < Late Latin expositor exegete (Latin: one who exposes a child), equivalent to exposi-, variant stem of expōnere (see expose) + -tor -tor

expositorial [ik-spoz-i-tawr-ee-uhl, -tohr-] , adjective
expositorially, adverb
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expositor (ɪkˈspɒzɪtə)
 
n
a person who expounds

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Example sentences
The elevation of the critic from expositor to performer had its philosophical rationales, to be sure.
It is impossible for an expositor not to write too little for some, and too much for others.
But here, alas, the business of the expositor must suddenly cease.
Our only complaint is that so diligent an inquirer and so clear an expositor did not go on further.
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