It is neither the time nor the place to ask for elaboration.
Lack of elaboration is a virus that continually infects the book, sometimes having a sickening effect on the reader.
It made the elaboration of a technique of instruction relatively easy.
The system represents a series of compromises, not the elaboration of a theory.
His course in hunting down and killing this enemy of society needed no elaboration nor justification.
A youth of this kind is raw material in its first stage of elaboration.
It was a tour de force, this elaboration of a charter for the new international order, in less than three weeks.
These theories merely an elaboration of one method of wage payment.
When procedure was less hurried and there had been time for its elaboration, the process became impressive.
A second version contains only an elaboration of this last motif.
elaboration e·lab·o·ra·tion (ĭ-lāb'ə-rā'shən)
The process of working out in detail by labor and study.
The mental process occurring partly during dreaming and partly during the recalling or telling of a dream, by means of which the latent content of the dream is brought into increasingly more coherent and logical order, resulting in the manifest content of the dream.