verb (used with object), clar·i·fied, clar·i·fy·ing.
verb (used without object), clar·i·fied, clar·i·fy·ing.
Origin of clarify
Examples from the Web for clarification
They did not respond to multiple requests for clarification.
Shapiro has not responded to my request for clarification on his comment.
Clarification: in a country with vile, daily crimes against women it is wrong for privileged women to file trivial cases.
Clarification of the U.S. intention to defend South Korea might have deterred Stalin, who respected the threat of force.Soviet-Era Secret Leakers Were Way Worse Than Snowden|Steve Usdin|August 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
He had, apparently, and said a "correction or clarification" was in the works.
Tank B contains the water and lime in process of clarification by subsidence after mechanical agitation by the screw.
Finally, the fourth step may involve changes, for clarification, in the directives formulated in the third step.Sound Military Decision|U.s. Naval War College
This second clarification removes practically everything except the pure crystallized sugar of the market and the table.Cuba, Old and New|Albert Gardner Robinson
This calcium oxide, commonly known as “quick lime,” is the substance desired in clarification.
But his clarification never overcame the effects of the Columbus speech.Under Four Administrations|Oscar S. Straus