Exposition in a sentence

Use Exposition in a sentence


Meaning: [noun]1. clear and detailed explanation; 2. products or art exhibition;

He tells the story through action rather than exposition.

Over 250,000 visitors attended the exposition in 2010.

A scientist is expected to provide a lucid exposition of his theories.

A doctor talking on TV should make the exposition clear to an average person who has almost no medical knowledge.

There are points in almost every story where exposition is necessary.

It is in fact an exposition far too simple and misleading.

Canada has hosted two world expositions, one in Montreal in 1967 and the second in Vancouver in 1986.

In 2010, scientists offered a simple exposition for the legend of the Chupacabra.

She said police never offered a full exposition of the teen’s rights and the law.

The Exposition was seen by two million visitors.