The action of exposing something to something, such as skin to the sunlight. (noun)
The action of putting something out to public view; for example in a display or show. (noun)
The act of declaring or describing something through either speech or writing. (noun)
The act of expulsion, or being expelled, from a place. (noun)
An essay or speech in which any topic is discussed in detail. (noun)
An opening section in fiction, including novel, play, and movie, by which background information about the characters, events, or setting is conveyed. (noun)
The opening section of a fugue; the opening section of a movement in sonata form (noun)
Examples of word exposition
Yes, a good portion of the exposition is anecdotal, but he embeds it in a convincing statistical, comparative framework.
Yet the whole history of the exposition is a record of discrimination against the colored people.
(If you want to know how bad it's gotten, the term exposition is no longer sufficient.
You know how we decided that exposition is what keeps everything from happening all at once?
I understand that exposition is necessary, and exposition is my preferred mode of teaching, but tonight I was able to see a bit more clearly how crucial exposition is to the persuasion that a teacher hopes for.