ELAB'ORATE, verb transitive [Latin elaboro, from laboro, labor. See Labor.]
1. To produce with labor.
They in full joy elaborate a sigh.
2. To improve or refine by successive operations. The heat of the sun elaborates the juices of plants and renders the fruit more perfect.
ELAB'ORATE, adjective [Latin elaboratus.] Wrought with labor; finished with great diligence; studies; executed with exactness; as an elaborate discourse; an elaborate performance.
Drawn to the life in each elaborate page.