elucidate[ ih-loo-si-deyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF elucidate
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But that is not the question; the problem I have to elucidate!
Elucidate the accident, by which you had me kidnapped to be sold into slavery.
Hereafter I hope to elucidate at length these phenomena of expression.
It may help to elucidate this matter if we regard it from another point of view.
Toryl, somewhat deflated, but by no means defeated, hastened to elucidate.
Perhaps you will be good enough to elucidate this new mystery.
But I leave it to Dr. Beauregard to elucidate this important characteristic.
This letter might elucidate it—might throw light where so much was needed.
I do not mean that we are never to elucidate connexions and contexts.
Far be it from us to presume to point it out, or elucidate or expound it in any degree.