inexplicit inexplicit

Definition(s):

  • (adj) implied though not directly expressed; inherent in the nature of something

Usage(s):

  1. The film's tone is confused and predictable: lame slapstick gags (including the inevitable food fight), sentimental bromides about love, and deadly serious (if inexplicit) sex .
  2. When Wotan summoned the magic fire at the finale, the blackness was pierced by a single red spot, transforming Wotan's spear into a tongue of flame; in the inexplicit staging .
  3. The film's tone is confused and predictable: lame slapstick gags (including the inevitable food fight), sentimental bromides about love, and deadly serious (if inexplicit) sex .

News

  • Obama Plays Politics With The NSA

    As I discussed in my most recent post, thanks to last week's newest revelation--that the NSA scans virtually all communications between Americans and their correspondents overseas, based on the conveniently inexplicit and ambiguous rule that the NSA may "seek to acquire communications about the target that are not to or from the target"--it has become clear that the organization's surveillance ...
    on August 16, 2013     Source: Forbes

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