Edify in a sentence as a verb

If I'm missing the point, please edify me.

That will draw out a meatier response, or if not, still edify the reader.

I don't see the relevance of this metric to your argument, but I hope that you will edify me.

After nearly 30 years, it continues to both amuse and edify.

There is no reason to edify hacking over other skills and abilities.

I get that you think art is great and that you'd like everyone to be able to educate, entertain and edify themselves by making it widely accessible.

After all, a board game is just a set of tokens and some rules for manipulating them, whose utility lies in its capacity to entertain or edify the players.

He doesn't deserve to get off, but wouldn't a decision like that have implications across the US?I claim no knowledge of legalese other than having watched Law and Order, so if this is ridiculous please edify me.

How do they know what is “worth exploring” and who decides that?Furthermore, once the facts are established, I personally believe it’s important for people to express their ideas even if it’s out of ignorance because then we can know to edify.

Edify definitions


make understand; "Can you enlighten me--I don't understand this proposal"

See also: enlighten