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The Count of Monte Cristo
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unspecified meaning
  • The postscript is explicit.
  • But let it be done explicitly and positively.

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  • Albert’s lips scarcely whispered "Good-by," but his look was more explicit; it expressed a whole poem of restrained anger, proud disdain, and generous indignation.
  • Franz continued:— " ’The president then sought to make him speak more explicitly, but M. de Quesnel replied that he wished first to know what they wanted with him.

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as in: explicit instructions Define
precise and clear so there is no confusion or doubt about what was/is said
as in: explicit photos and pornography Define
expressing or displaying sexual activity or nudity in a manner that leaves little to the imagination
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