explicitness

NOUN
  1. clarity as a consequence of being explicit
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How To Use explicitness In A Sentence

  • This lack of explicitness will surely limit the significance of the book for researchers working in speech act theory and related fields.
  • The subject requires explicitness, Captain Anderson: and I am not ac-customed to palliate, whenever it does. Sir Charles Grandison
  • Under changed circumstances, implicit themes, both justificatory and critical, could be jerked into argumentative explicitness.
  • There was perhaps an assumption that the explicitness of some of the play's scenes, and the baseness of its religious characters, would outrage conservative Irish audiences.
  • The policy of the Bush Administration to North Korea runs a adjustable and transformable course from implicitness to explicitness, from inflexibility to relative flexibility.
  • When the book was published, the energy and explicitness caught the popular imagination.
  • This lack of explicitness will surely limit the significance of the book for researchers working in speech act theory and related fields.
  • He didn't like the degree of sexual explicitness in the film.
  • For Lester though, elevating the infidelities to sexual intimacy or explicitness isn't necessary, or always the most interesting choice.
  • Such explicitness forces us into the role of voyeurs, and makes engagement with the paintings so fraught we loose sight of their symbolic dimension.
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