Thesaurus / elucidation

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Bonomo first furnished this valuable species of elucidation.
Illustrations are introduced wherever they are necessary for the elucidation of the text.
FUNGI: THEIR NATURE AND USESMORDECAI CUBITT COOKE
He then entered into a copious display and elucidation of his subject.
If you, with your business training, cant see the merit of it, it would be a waste of time for me to attempt any elucidation.
THE BEST POLICYELLIOTT FLOWER
I am totally unable to give a definition of the word avver, and should feel much gratified by any correspondent's elucidation.
My object, now, is to apply it to the elucidation of certain important questions which require elucidation.
But generally it is not a matter of much difficulty to obtain the elucidation of a misreading.
My memory of school has indeed no hint whatever of that quality of elucidation it seems reasonable to demand from it.
THE NEW MACHIAVELLIHERBERT GEORGE WELLS
Its elucidation constitutes one of the "pending problems" of astronomy.
He would have held up his head and heart cheerfully; waiting, and looking for the time when elucidation should come.
THE CHANNINGSMRS. HENRY WOOD

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