Containing material (e.g. language or film footage) that might be deemed offensive or graphic. (adjective)
Examples of word explicit
2. I am using the term explicit memory here to refer to both explicit memory that governs our ability to remember and work with information in the short term (what I refer to as working memory) and explicit long-term memory that is often divided into semantic memory (our memory for particular facts, such as â€œdogs often barkâ€) and episodic memory (our memory for autobiographical experiences, such as â€œthe first time you met your spouseâ€).
Charles Jencks, the author of The Iconic Building, describes architectural icons as delicate balancing acts between what he calls explicit signs and implicit symbols, that is, between memorable forms and the images they conjure up.
Out of print, it still circulated steadily among readers increasingly aware of the intensifying strategic alliance between the Republican Party and millions of those I term explicit American Religionists.
Perhaps more than anything else the late British-American historian wrote, that could have been his credo - his work, especially toward the end of his career, was marked by an almost activist concern for morality, what he called an "explicit ethical engagement."
The Parents Television Council is protesting what they term an "explicit" performance by pop artists Rihanna and Britney Spears on Sunday night's broadcast of the...