当您欲表达某人produce a speech或write a story时，也可以改用craft这个单词。
The speaker crafts his lecture by including a myriad of allusions to other salient speeches.
She crafted a strategy to boost the company’s earnings.
He substantiated his claim to local mountaineering fame with a photo of himself on the summit of Mt. Everest.
It was Schuyler’s gift for satire and his caustic wit that distinguished his writings and led to his nickname, the Black Mencken.—Henry Louis Gates, Jr., New York Times Book Review, 20 Sept. 1992
While writing, you’ll be doing some elucidating often complex ideas.
When asked for details, he declined to elucidate further.
… he listens to a group of Malaysians playing reedy, plangent music on some esoteric kind of wind instrument. —Penelope Lively, City of the Mind, 1991
The authors follow researchers as they use the slimmest leads and the most tenuous connections to track the genes for Huntington’s disease, muscular dystrophy, schizophrenia and a host of other physical and mental miseries. —Natalie Angier, New York Times Book Review, 12 Aug. 1990
You probably don’t want to know how perfunctory was the presentation of the state’s evidence, how tenth-rate was the performance of the court-appointed defense or how wretched was the end. —Christopher Hitchens, Nation, 23-30 Aug. 1999