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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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Unfortunately, the historiography of manners has rarely addressed race in a sustained fashion; the little we know about manners and race tends to come from primary, undigested accounts or studies understandably devoted to elaborating the history of African Americans or race relations in themselves rather than in relation to more general developments in the history of manners or emotional expression.
Elaborating that context might help her answer one of the most interesting questions raised by her analysis of the love lyrics, namely why Rochester frequently portrays himself egregiously disregarding social norms.
It is followed by the section Market Overview section which elaborates the global & Indian market state of mobile advertising market, mobile advertising benefits, elaborating the various advantages of mobile advertising, and mobile advertisement formats which elaborate the various formats available for mobile advertising such as mobile messaging, web, media & application.
When The Empty Museum was first shown in 1993 at the Staatliche Hochschule fur Bildende Kunst in Frankfurt, it was accompanied by a series of lectures elaborating the theory and poetics of his "Total Installation.
In addition to repeating and, in some instances, elaborating on Chesterfield's warnings against shivering; scratching oneself; fingering one's mouth, nose or ears; snapping one's fingers; rubbing one's hands; drumming the table; biting one's nails; spitting; excessive nose-blowing; and playing with one's fingers, feet, clothing, or small objects; writers for the middling sort added warnings against throwing one's arms about; tapping one's feet; tossing one's head; and excessive coughing, sneezing, or yawning.