elaborate

Part of speech: adverb

Elaborately.

Part of speech: noun

Elaborateness.

Part of speech: verb

To produce by thorough and careful work.

Part of speech: adjective

Developed with thoroughness or exactness.

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Usage examples "elaborate":

  1. The most considerable part of them is composed of letters- not such letters as have been discussed in the preceding chapter, but elaborate epistles written deliberately for the sake of writing, and with a definite attempt at style. - "A Short History of French Literature", George Saintsbury.
  2. The first is elaborate but unaffected, the second is probably spontaneous, the third highly studied. - "The Principles of English Versification", Paull Franklin Baum.
  3. A much more elaborate theory was advanced by Dr. Croll, and is still entertained by many. - "The Story of Evolution", Joseph McCabe.