“She was elucidating concerns that we all had but she gave them words,” writer/director Robert Benton later recalled.
I have long been thinking of presenting the world with a Metaphysical Dictionary—of elucidating Locke's romance.
Bacteriologist, perform your share in elucidating this difficulty.
Not so much for the purpose of elucidating, as to clear the way, and give distinctness to the course of my argument.
Is the preacher emphasizing and elucidating the five points?
From the preceding extracts it will be seen that this hand-book is useful in elucidating many Greek, as well as Latin synonymes.
If by aid of abridging, elucidating and arranging, we can get the reader engaged to peruse it patiently;—which seems doubtful.
Instead of elucidating the mystery, this knowledge only rendered it more inexplicable.
He returned the proof, saying that he could not accept any of it as elucidating the exact area of a circle, or as Euclidean.
It conducts the mind to no firm resting place; it bewilders instead of elucidating our notions of God, of man, and the universe.