inexplicit

[in-ik-splis-it]
adjective
not explicit or clear; not clearly stated.

Origin:
1795–1805; < Latin inexplicitus not straightforward. See in-3, explicit

inexplicitly, adverb
inexplicitness, noun
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inexplicit (ˌɪnɪkˈsplɪsɪt)
 
adj
not explicit, clear, or precise; vague
 
inex'plicitly
 
adv
 
inex'plicitness
 
n

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Yet on the other hand, they are remarkably vague and inexplicit regarding how reviews are to be conducted.
In contrast, letter writers used more varied vocabulary, and only sometimes hedged or were inexplicit.
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