Elucidating synonym

90% of the time, speakers of English use just 7,500 words in speech and writing.

A gauge of motion picture film, 8 millimeters wide from edge to edge.

It attempts to accurately describe the details, origins, and uses of religious beliefs and behaviors.

Although the psychology of religion first arose as a self-conscious discipline as recently as the late 19th century, all three of these tasks have a history going back many centuries before that.

"The Niqoyastcdje—'Place-where-they-came-up,'" said Brouillard, elucidating for her.

Is the preacher emphasizing and elucidating the five points?

Perhaps you will be good enough to elucidate this new mystery. Beauregard to elucidate this important characteristic. This letter might elucidate it—might throw light where so much was needed.

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