inexplicit

[ in-ik-splis-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF inexplicit
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It resolves itself, therefore, into his inexplicit letter to a committee of Congress.

The continued flurry of my feelings doubtless made this a very confused and inexplicit document; but I could do no better.

Then, when finally my letter did arrive, it was inexplicit, and I had either to go to London myself or write again.

WORD ORIGIN

1775 (implied in inexplicitly), from in- (1) "not, opposite of" + explicit. Or else from Latin inexplicitus "not to be unfolded; unexplained." Related: Inexplicitly; inexplicitness.

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