elaborate

All Adjective Verb
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  • She has elaborated her views in four books and over one hundred papers.
  • His concerts also featured elaborate light shows years before effects like that became popular in live music.
  • In addition to this page, five other full pages also receive elaborate treatment.
  • In this period, elaborate pieces, often in the form of animals, are common.
  • In these two works, he elaborated his deep operations theory about the future warfare.
  • It was a step up from previous shows, featuring more elaborate dance numbers and sets.
  • The music video for the title track elaborates further on the song's theme.
  • This almost always involved very elaborate deceptions, usually several at the same time.
  • Young corvids have been known to play and take part in elaborate social games.
  • He elaborated by saying that each individual being can have only one perfection.
  • Then he elaborates on what has become of these sights and lost throughout history.
  • More general issues are elaborated on a separate political party page.
  • I was elaborating it on the way down town in my electric. Cited from The Deluge, by David Graham Phillips
  • They were also marked by their elaborate open air revival-style meetings.
  • While simple, the sequence was more effective than the elaborate planned scene.
  • Discussion of other more elaborate systems of number appears below.
  • The same passage points out that chiefs "use an even more elaborate style".
  • The episodes are known for featuring elaborate musical numbers, similar to the Road films.
  • He also elaborates on the great power that modern technology allows each to nation to possess.
  • He had also by that point developed an elaborate backstory to aid his writing process.
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Words starting with elaborate

Meaning of elaborate

  • verb Add details, as to an account or idea; clarify the meaning of and discourse in a learned way, usually in writing
    She elaborated on the main ideas in her dissertation
  • verb Produce from basic elements or sources; change into a more developed product
    The bee elaborates honey
  • verb Work out in detail
    elaborate a plan