Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MORE DETAILED

In approaching our own day, the story will become more and more detailed.

A more detailed example of our methods at Tuskegee may be of interest.

The note is preliminary, and was to be followed by a more detailed reply.

See the end of the text for a more detailed transcriber's note.

His letter to the secretary of war was more detailed and more explicit.

These will be referred to in the more detailed account that follows.

For a more detailed description of the former, see post, pp. 62-64.

Sometimes one is ampler and more detailed, sometimes the other.

Would you have preferred a more detailed explanation of the cause of the crime?

Space will not permit my giving a more detailed account of the plan.

WORD ORIGIN

1630s, from French détailler "cut up in pieces; narrate in particulars," from Old French detaillier, from detail (see detail (n.)). Related: Detailed; detailing.