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Synonyms for elaborate

complexly detailed

to express at greater length or in greater detail

to disclose bit by bit

Synonyms for elaborate

produce from basic elements or sources

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make more complex, intricate, or richer

work out in detail

marked by complexity and richness of detail

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developed or executed with care and in minute detail

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The importance of elaborating these ideals and the pedagogical philosophy that underlies them is that by doing so we can establish the foundation for developing and analyzing practices, and for assessing whether our practices are accomplishing their objectives.
As the title of the show, "time's friction," suggested, Campus was less interested in tracking durational time than in revealing and elaborating on the poetic pushes and pulls within it.
By isolating and elaborating on 10 great ideas, Atkins summarizes scientific thought since Galileo's time.
Here, in elaborating on the proposal, Moore describes how Wright "constructed" Accra and an Africa that reflect the enervation and depression he felt in its midst.
Elaborating on this, Father Dear writes, "The inner life of peace means acting from a deep conviction about who we are, that each one of us is a beloved child of God, a human being called to love and serve other human beings.
However, the decision to do so by endlessly elaborating racially encoded rules of etiquette eerily evokes those innumerable daily expectations and taboos that once buttressed segregation.
Elaborating the literary ancestry of "An Allusion to Horace," for example, she helpfully clarifies the particular standards by which Rochester judged poetry as well as his more evident ad hominem satiric techniques against poets and playwrights whom he disliked.