It is a point on which history has not been explicit, but the assumption is warrantable; it was in the royal raiment just mentioned that she presented herself at a little entertainment given by her aunt, Mrs. Almond.
She said nothing, either tacitly or explicitly, and as she was never very talkative, there was now no especial eloquence in her reserve.
She was waiting for him, in vulgar parlance, to name the day; and so long as he was unprepared to be explicit on this point it seemed a mockery to pretend to talk about matters more abstract.
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She gave us explicit instructions.
We need to be more explicit so this will not be misunderstood.