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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.
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.
Delmé was pursued by the echo's elucidator, who being duly remunerated, allowed Sir Henry to accompany the guide towards the boat.
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.
Or a certain youthful pride that he evidenced at being the elucidator of such
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.