For each phase, a name: the clarifier, the Ideator, the Developer, and the Implementer.
Her ADHD subjects markedly gravitated toward the Ideator and Developer styles; her non-ADHD subjects toward the clarifier role.
What intelligence has to do in the service of impulse is to act not as its obedient servant but as its clarifier and liberator.
When I came home from school at night, through a strangely permeated atmosphere, I beheld the clarifier simmering on the stove.
Is any other clarifier or any other evidence required to prove the pro-Peary frauds?
It is extensively employed as a clarifier in the sugar plantations of the West Indies, and elsewhere.
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.