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in·ex·plic·it

 (ĭn′ĭk-splĭs′ĭt)
adj.
Not explicit; indefinite.

inexplicit

(ˌɪnɪkˈsplɪsɪt)
adj
not explicit, clear, or precise; vague
ˌinexˈplicitly adv
ˌinexˈplicitness n

in•ex•plic•it

(ˌɪn ɪkˈsplɪs ɪt)

adj.
not explicit or clear; not clearly stated.
[1795–1805; < Latin]
in`ex•plic′it•ly, adv.
in`ex•plic′it•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.inexplicit - implied though not directly expressed; inherent in the nature of something; "an implicit agreement not to raise the subject"; "there was implicit criticism in his voice"; "anger was implicit in the argument"; "the oak is implicit in the acorn"
connotative - having the power of implying or suggesting something in addition to what is explicit
covert - secret or hidden; not openly practiced or engaged in or shown or avowed; "covert actions by the CIA"; "covert funding for the rebels"

inexplicit

adjective
Liable to more than one interpretation:
Translations

inexplicit

adjunklar, ungenau
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Goal 16 makes clear that development and peace are inexplicitly linked.
Other studies (#16,#18,#19) inexplicitly described informal patient payments as unofficial fees to health staff and used terms such as 'corruption to healthcare staff ' or 'bribes to public health officials.
But Rovers doubled their advantage just 60 seconds later when - under no pressure - Shots keeper Jake Cole inexplicitly dropped Ridehalgh's floated cross at the feet of Norwood, who tapped in from a foot to score surely the easiest goal of his career.
Meanwhile, there have been repeated statements by state officials warning inexplicitly against taking the streets.
I try to read that plate backwards now, to where and exactly who my Aunt Nell was when given such a thing early in the last century: a Midwesterner, a small town young woman inexplicitly there, driving through deep mud and ear-splitting gunshot somewhere north of Paris.
Readers may notice that while Arielle Greenberg places her pastoral experiments in the lineage of the seduction love poem, the poems politically are closer to Virgil's Eclogues as their power comes from the poet become exile, and from exile declaiming inexplicitly the normative power structures (academic, marital, gendered) in poems explicitly devoted to ecstatic occasion, thus becoming shepherd to a largely unheralded region of experience.
Clark 1992 and Hardin 1992 on colors, and Akins 1993 on bats), although it is often appealed to inexplicitly.
It is the Traveller himself who interprets the inexpressive and silent sphinx as an arbiter of his own actions, and therefore inexplicitly associates his own mission with the insolubility of a riddle.
The supernaturalist conceptual framework comes to the fore again in (10), somewhat inexplicitly at first, in the reference to 'sacred incantations' ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]), but more overtly later in the same verse: 'For the incantation's power, communicating with the soul's opinion, enchants and persuades and changes it, by trickery' ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]).
36) He inexplicitly expressed his support on collective security, saying that "I felt it is a problem if the country gets destroyed by complying with its constitution [which denies Japan's rights to collective security].
the Court inexplicitly opted not to employ the unconstitutional
In a society in transformation, in which the "superior" White Catholic groups are striving to reinforce their self-valorization relative to other groups, Blacks and other ethnic minorities marked by some external physical features, became the favorite target of interindividual and intergroup comparisons, even if at times inexplicitly.