Where he intended to go, or with whom, has never been clarified.
She clarified that there was no watershed moment when she decided to move into films.
“It has not been clarified what happened to the flight from Los Roques to Caracas,” the children write.
The piece rattled my family in ways that slowed the writing of this book yet clarified its true subject.
Not only did Obama avoid choices; he failed to frame the debate in a way that clarified what the choices are.
This juice is boiled down to Sugar & clarified with very little trouble & is very good.
Put it into small jars and cover with clarified butter and seal tight.
The material is mythical and heathen; but it is clarified by natural filtration through the Christian mind of the poet.
The milk that remains after the meals should be turned into ghee or clarified butter.
Spread on some of the clarified butter, and then another coat of crumbs.
early 14c., "make illustrious, make known," from Old French clarifiier "clarify, make clear, explain" (12c.), from Late Latin clarificare "to make clear," also "to glorify," from Latin clarificus "brilliant," from clarus "clear, distinct" (see clear (adj.)) + root of facere "to make, do" (see factitious).
Meaning "make clear, purify" is from early 15c. in English; intransitive sense of "grow or become clear" is from 1590s. Figurative sense of "to free from obscurity" is from 1823. Related: Clarified; clarifying.