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explicit
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Jane Eyre
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  • I should have liked something clearer; but Mrs. Fairfax either could not, or would not, give me more explicit information of the origin and nature of Mr. Rochester's trials.
  • Having once explained to them that I could not now be explicit about my plans, they kindly and wisely acquiesced in the silence with which I pursued them, according to me the privilege of free action I should under similar circumstances have accorded them.

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  • She gave us explicit instructions.
  • We need to be more explicit so this will not be misunderstood.

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