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Correct spelling for EXPOSIER
We think the word exposier is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for exposier
- Exporter(Definition of exporter)
- Expose(Definition of expose)
- Exposed(Definition of exposed)
- Expire(Definition of expire)
- Expositor(Definition of Expositor)
- Exposure(Definition of exposure)
With this idea he entered into an arrangement with a picture exporter, who carried on a large trade with south america, and undertook to paint a large number of works at a special price.
Surely you would not be so contemptible a wretch as to expose your whole posterity to groan in chains, for the sake of enjoying a subaltern tyranny for a few days!
Toussaint was hurried off to france, where he died a year later from the hardships to which he was exposed at the fort of joux among the juras.
He pulled the string from it and the paper wrappings, exposing a bloody ox-heart which was destined never to fulfil the purpose for which it was bought.
A dress perfectly suited to a tall, good-looking man, may render one who is neither, ridiculous; as although the former may wear a remarkable waistcoat or singular coat, almost with impunity, the latter, by adopting a similar costume, exposes himself to the laughter of all who see him.
The sands are running out, the short span of six brief years intervening between the present hour and the termination of the second stage of the enterprise on which they have embarked will soon expire.
Variations of the original text, grammar, syntax, usage of words, enter into the expositorâ€™s plan, as well as the doctrinal views of the sacred writer.
We shall be driven into a corner; we shall have no exposure to dread after you have exposed us; we shall have no remedy left, but a desperate remedy, and we'll go to law-boldly, openly go to law, and get a divorce.
Commissions, of women demanded for philippines, 331-2, 343; u. s. labor, miss laughlin on, 361; for paris expos., mrs. palmer on, 367.