- v. present participle of clarify.
- adj. that makes clear
“I know I over-use semicolons, but they are really, really helpful in clarifying complicated sentences.”
“While neither of these explanations speaks well of American book reviewing -- even though Queenan does try to make excuses for it -- I believe the simplest explanation goes even farther in clarifying the problem with newpaper book reviews: Honest criticism can't be found in these pages because criticism itself can't be found there, for reasons that are inherent to the medium.”
“In a noncapital case, that fact might militate against review, because the Supreme Court would not have much interest in clarifying the application of a now-defunct standard of review.”
“As far as I see it, West has done his part in clarifying his comments, and I'm more happy for the opportunity to share the Catholic Gospel, under the pretense of correcting a media misconstruing, than not having any opportunity at all.”
“They are very helpful in clarifying how to apply ambiguous texts.”
“This is something that I've been very unclear about, and I apologize if it's been mentioned time and again, but none of my searches have been successful in clarifying it for me.”
“Instead, their skills are probably best used in clarifying these points to those (e.g. journalists, policy-makers) that set the dominant themes in the first place.”
“Allow me to assist you in clarifying your argument for hunting, which at present is full of holes.”
“An MBA-having FrontBurnervian does some clarifying from a couple of days ago:”
“I was about 100 yards from Cambodia, O'Neill said in clarifying the June 16, 1971, conversation with Nixon.”
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