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Elaborately

see synonyms of elaborately

Adverb

1. elaborately, in an elaborate way, intricately

with elaboration

Example Sentences:
'it was elaborately spelled out'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Elaborately

see synonyms of elaborately
adjective (ɪˈlæbərɪt )
1. 
planned or executed with care and exactness; detailed
2. 
marked by complexity, ornateness, or detail
verb (ɪˈlæbəˌreɪt )
3. (intr; usually foll by on or upon)
to add information or detail (to an account); expand (upon)
4. (transitive)
to work out in detail; develop
5. (transitive)
to make more complicated or ornate
6. (transitive)
to produce by careful labour; create
7. (transitive) physiology
to change (food or simple substances) into more complex substances for use in the body

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Elaborately

see synonyms of elaborately
adjective
1. 
worked out carefully; developed in great detail
2. 
highly wrought or ornamented; complicated
3. 
painstaking
verb transitiveWord forms: eˈlaboˌrated or eˈlaboˌrating
4. 
to produce by effort
5. 
to work out carefully; develop in great detail
6. 
to change (food or substances in the body) into compounds that can be assimilated, excreted, etc.
verb intransitive
7. 
to state something in detail or add more details
usually with on or upon

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Elaborately

see synonyms of elaborately
adj.
1. Planned or executed with painstaking attention to numerous parts or details: an elaborate scheme.
2. Intricate and rich in detail: a carpet with an elaborate pattern.
v. (ĭ-lăbə-rāt) e·lab·o·rat·ed, e·lab·o·rat·ing, e·lab·o·rates
v.tr.
1. To work out with care and detail; develop thoroughly: elaborated a theory of social organization.
2. To produce or compose (a substance, for example) from simpler elements.
v.intr.
To explain something at greater length or in greater detail: asked me to elaborate on my proposal.

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