Origin of explication
Related formsre·ex·pli·ca·tion, nounself-ex·pli·ca·tion, noun
Examples from the Web for explication
“It was basically an explication of how reality TV slants reality,” says Robert King.
Kepler's Supposition not so probable: the explication of the Phnomena by another Hypothesis.
Hearne remarks that the explication of this word warranted by Sir E. Coke is "a wood grubbed up and turned to arable."
Paul's entire theology was nothing but the explication of his own conversion.The Life of St. Paul|James Stalker
Which Explication I could easily prove, had I time; but this is not a fit place for it.
The phaenomenon may be real, though my explication be chimerical.A Treatise of Human Nature|David Hume