Meaning of elucidatory in English:


Pronunciation /ɪˈl(j)uːsɪˌdeɪtəri/

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See elucidate

‘Philosophy is not descriptive but elucidatory.’
  • ‘Harvey did most of the talking - and he is fascinating to just listen to - but of equal importance are Isabel ‘s elucidatory comments and verification of statements.’
  • ‘His lecturing technique has always been uniquely charismatic: approachable and elucidatory at the same time, he has always known how to enthrall an audience.’
  • ‘In this sense they're utterances that are the direct opposite of being confessional or elucidatory or critically precise or transparent in any way.’
  • ‘The syntax itself is hard to follow in places, in which case Wolfe provides elucidatory notes.’