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made plain

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For Giannini, it was maturity made plain in the bright light of day.

That much will also be made plain when Harry's paralympic schedule is announced later today.

Prime Minister David Cameron (he and Brooks are friends, and she lives near his country house) has made plain his dismay.

Obama has made plain his aversion to trumpeting truths as if they were absolutely right.

A commission would not be helpful, he argues, and he has made plain his aversion to any form of criminal-law accountability.

The word of the law shall be fulfilled without a lie, and wisdom shall be made plain in the mouth of the faithful.

By observing the water passing from a basin this principle, with a few experiments, can be made plain.

He looked again, scarcely believing his own eyes, for what he saw made plain a ghastly truth.

Where there is fitness for the work, the way will probably be made plain after a time of patient waiting.

Did I not tell you that after the fact had been made plain it was easy to see how Columbus stood the egg on its end?


On this page you'll find 481 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to make plain, such as: analyze, clear up, define, formulate, interpret, and resolve.

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