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- n. The state or characteristic of being explicit.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality of being explicit; clearness; directness.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being explicit; plainness of language or statement; direct expression of knowledge, views, or intention, without reserve or ambiguity; outspokenness.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. clarity as a consequence of being explicit
However, compared to that title, Ichigenme … The First Class Is Civil Law, is more advanced, both in explicitness and character development.
This increased explicitness is a more complete exhibition of the various abstractions involved in the complex idea which is the meaning of the sentence.
Some of his novels are outstanding sf that imho were ahead of the time since in the 90's the idea of explicitness and dark themes were not that popular at least here in the US, neither in fantasy nor in sf.
This definition reflects the fact that conservatives object to pornography's sexual explicitness, which is obscene or appeals to
I will keep the explicitness to a minimum, but I know this sort of thing can trigger memories in the victims of violence so wanted to post fair warning.
The relationship of explicitness to forewarning about cognitive overload is something that I had never thought of.
The new slogan for idiots like Michele Bachman: "Demonizing ACORN – all the satisfaction of flaming racism, without unsightly explicitness"
If I were to make a suggestion I would conceive a series of classically-formed sculptures in a range of pornographic poses to varying degrees of sexual explicitness, but I would make them either without heads or otherwise obscuring any means of physical identification.
There is not as much explicitness in the nudity or sexual acts.
Newsweek's critic, Joseph Morgenstern, retracted his initial view of the film's violence, admitting that he had misread explicitness for exploitiveness.