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  • n. One who elucidates.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One who explains or elucidates; an expositor.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who elucidates or explains; an expositor.


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  • The indispensible 11th Century elucidator Rabbi Shlomo Yitzchaki Rashi explained that he gave them spiritual gifts -- knowledge that they would need for their journey.

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  • First, language – elucidator of the brain, point of engagement with the mind of the writer, the mind of the character – does not have the same elasticity and grace around sex as it does around other forms of human confluence.

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  • Delmé was pursued by the echo's elucidator, who being duly remunerated, allowed Sir Henry to accompany the guide towards the boat.

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  • With stories worthy of a great writer's handling transacting themselves on every hand, he is the first elucidator of the principle that a story-teller's business is to have no story.

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  • Or a certain youthful pride that he evidenced at being the elucidator of such

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  • Or a certain youthful pride that he evidenced at being the elucidator of such a large theme, and at having drawn her there to hear and observe it, may have inclined her to indulge him for kindness’ sake.

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