answered (part of speech: verb)
responded (part of speech: verb)
- On the day appointed, Wednesday, March 14th, the House went into committee accordingly, and Walpole expounded his scheme. - "A History of the Four Georges, Volume I (of 4)", Justin McCarthy.
- You go there to hear the Scriptures expounded, and to have your sins forgiven. - "Coniston, Book I.", Winston Churchill.
- Her husband, turning to the upper farm- servant, expounded his plans: how he would begin peat- cutting on a large scale; cutting and pressing machines were also on the way, and to- morrow, early, work could begin. - "Dame Care", Hermann Sudermann.