elaborated[ adjective ih-lab-er-it; verb ih-lab-uh-reyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF elaborated
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ELABORATED
They are said, though it is not easy to believe, to have been elaborated by way of Utopia.
It happens that one of the oftenest-told anecdotes has been the least elaborated.
It was there that most of his theological treatises were elaborated and published.
"The latest comer is always highest and wisest," he elaborated.
Openwork in relief, when elaborated and minute in all its parts.
Olaf elaborated upon the symptoms which he had described to Miss Brown.
If elaborated, in what stomach of the bee is it to be found?
The form only is left, and that is elaborated into the exuberance of decay.
The same argument is elaborated by Plato in his philosophy of beauty.
A pretty compliment it was, elaborated upon in the sitting-room.