Origin of explicate
OTHER WORDS FROM explicateex·pli·ca·tor, nounre·ex·pli·cate, verb (used with object), re·ex·pli·cat·ed, re·ex·pli·cat·ing.un·ex·pli·cat·ed, adjectivewell-ex·pli·cat·ed, adjective
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How to use explicate in a sentence
The homespun charms and lyrically explicated anguishes of their musical make their door one you’ll want to knock on, again.Give this folk rock duo 27 minutes. They’ll give you a musically heartbreaking world.|Peter Marks|March 18, 2021|Washington Post
To further explicate the obvious: “Uncommon”—i.e., adulterous—“arrangements vary hugely.”
Science takes as its province mechanical causes, and leaves formal and final causes to the philosopher to explicate.A Critical History of Greek Philosophy|W. T. Stace
An attempt to explicate them from the congruity and incongruity of Bodies: what those proprieties are.
We have merely to explicate the idea of intelligent spirit possessing being in its plenitude.
But Marie say there is the miss understand in our letters she cannot explicate.Deer Godchild|Marguerite Bernard and Edith Serrell
Whether, if so, this will not explicate the Phnomena of the Clouds.