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enubilate (i NYOO bi layt) (noun), enubilates; enubilated; enubilating
1. To clear of smoke, mist, clouds, or obscurity: Carol opened the window in order to enubilate the kitchen of smoke from the burning steak she was frying.
2. To elucidate, to clear up, to make clear: Manfred was finally able to enubilate his theory well enough for his colleagues to understand what he was talking about.
3. Etymology: from Latin enubilatus, "cleared of clouds"; enubilare "to clear of mist or clouds"; from ex-, "out, from" + nubilus, nubilous, "cloudy; from nubes, "cloud".
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