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use "elucidate" in a sentence

Hence a list of Dietzgen's relevant philosophical works with accompanying dates of composition - not publication - can help to elucidate his philosophical evolution.

This schema is descriptive in that it attempts to elucidate the logic of human thought; however, it is prescriptive as well, in that
she is not very constant.

Jardine was known to work long hours and was extremely business-minded while Matheson enjoyed the arts and was very eloquent.

I Ice Poe Shawn Wayans plays a violent street poet who recites eloquent threats to get what he wants.

Power was an able and eloquent man, "reeking of the common clay", at which Parnell's aristocratic sensitiveness recoiled.

This was the most eloquent and powerful speech he ever delivered, wherein he sought to vindicate not only his claims on the Greek government for Don Pacifico, but his entire administration of foreign affairs.

The people are drunk with it, and it has entered the marrow of their bones; it is surely not to be overcome by eloquent talk.

He was an eloquent speaker, could deliver a skillful argument, had a facility in the use of Scriptures and a mastery in organization.

Both Lucy and Philip forgive her, she in a moving reunion, he in an eloquent letter.

The venture did focus attention on the nuclear issue, and eloquent articles were published supporting the principles we stood for, which made us feel the voyage had been useful.

In response to this editorial, the Organization of the Volunteer Fire Company sent an eloquent response.

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