clarification[ klar-uh-fahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF clarification
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CLARIFICATION
A calmness had set in and with it had come a clarification of his thought.
After a second he thought of a clarification and added: "FBI."
Dialectic is the handmaiden of virtue; and all clarification is morality.
When inferior sugar is employed, clarification is always necessary.
Honoria hesitated, looking to the wide view for clarification.
If there were any doubts Headquarters could teleray for clarification.
It seems to me now to have been rather a phase of realisation and clarification.
"I shall ask for clarification of your status," he said worriedly.
For in some respects it needed experiments and clarification.
Could I get into the record here, just for clarification—when was this written in relation to his arrival in the Soviet Union?