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Whittier has always stood pre-eminently as the **exponent** of New England life, and for very natural reasons.

Pages with similar import can be cited from every **exponent** of Nationalism.

For while in treasonable loyalty he had a thousand rivals, on the road he was the first **exponent** of the grand manner.

Afterward she had simply become in memory the **exponent** of an ideal.

Gautier was never more definitely the **exponent** of romanticism than in saying "I am a man for whom the visible world exists."

If you are the **exponent** of your code, that code is good enough for me.

As an **exponent** of Plato he suffered from the fatal error of confounding Plato with the later Platonists.

Gee,” said that **exponent** of classic English, “spot the lieutenant with a skirt.

I was to marry Margaret, and freed from the need of making an income I was to come into politics—as an **exponent** of Baileyism.

You are too much their **exponent**; what you do for them, they ought to do for themselves.

exponent 1706, from L. exponentem, prp. of exponere "put forth" (see expound). A mathematical term at first; the sense of "one who expounds" is 1812.

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