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  • adj. Not explicit, relatively ambiguous.


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un- +‎ explicit


  • Even very sexually unexplicit movies can be annoying with the "dumb but sexy" thing.

    Sex in Films

  • My query was about these "doubts on Qana" which as long as they remain unexplicit, can be thought to mean anything which is of course why certain people peddle these unexplicit "doubts".

    Reuters suspends Adnan Hajj - photographer from Qana

  • It claims to derive assistance from formal psychology, especially psychoanalysis, which permits it to do something different, with its own value, from that achieved by the historian's non-systematic, or at least unexplicit, intuition.

    An Exchange on Psychohistory

  • Jewish prophets did not arrive at their ideas about God without a great deal of hard thinking, though the thinking is for the most part unexplicit and the mode of expression poetic.

    Philosophy and Religion Six Lectures Delivered at Cambridge

  • The scene was completely unexplicit but completely insinuating.



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