elucidation

[ ih-loo-si-deyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF elucidation

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ELUCIDATION

At all events she would throw the burden of an elucidation upon him.

The language was unequivocal, the assertion one that required no elucidation.

Both were able to explain the matter, and Karl proceeded to offer the elucidation.

The most valuable recent contribution to the elucidation of this subject.

Yet I think the context furnishes a clue to its elucidation.

Surely, the voice-part in these classics is not without its need of elucidation.

We will just touch on a few facts which are necessary to the elucidation of our tale.

"I can only reiterate my sister's words, which demand no elucidation," replied Cornelia.

The elucidation of this point does not remove the obscurity of the next.

And so there was the elucidation: and Janet was just as unconscious of what she had done as the bed-post.

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