Cabal (noun, verb)
(n.) 1. a group of people secretly conspiring against something, especially political; 2. a plot by conspirators; (v.) to enter into a conspiracy with others
– The new and charismatic leader knew nothing of the cabal plotting his demise.
– The cabal set out its aims at the first meeting: they wanted to force their opponent out of office.
– The members of the cabal met in secrecy to plan their heist on the jewellery store.
plot, plotters, conspirators, conspiracy,
1. clear and full rhetorical discourse intended to give an explanation of difficult material;
2. exhibition: An exposition takes place when you “expose” something — like at a fair or convention for showing off goods, art, or similar wares, in that meaning it’s synonomous with a public exhibition or show of art or industrial goods.
– The exposition at the museum featured most of Leonardo da Vinci awesome inventions, like the parachute and the machine gun.
– The exposition given on veganism as the way of the future was not too popular in the small Midwestern town.
– We always begin our book clubs with an exposition on the authors and what influenced their writing.
– Neil deGrasse Tyson gave a wonderful and illuminating exposition on the difficult and hard-to-follow book.
discourse, interpretation, bazaar, exhibition,