Meaning: precisely and clearly expressed or readily observable; leaving nothing to implication; "explicit instructions"; "she made her wishes explicit"; "explicit sexual scenes"
Explicit liber quartus.
It makes connecting links explicit in the form of relationships.
The physician looked puzzled, hesitated, and at last requested his visitor to be more explicit.
The fact that a process takes time to mature is so obvious a fact that we rarely make it explicit.
Thinking is thus equivalent to an explicit rendering of the intelligent element in our experience.
Captain Nemo had an explicit personal interest in checking on the current condition of this giant clam.
On the active hand, experience is trying--a meaning which is made explicit in the connected term experiment.
The standard of points as laid down by the leading club is sufficiently explicit to be easily understood, and is as follows:--
It was always either 'Polly's mother,' or 'Phronsie's mother.' Just like a woman," he added, with a mischievous glance at his wife, "not to be explicit."
In discovery of the detailed connections of our activities and what happens in consequence, the thought implied in cut and try experience is made explicit.