SB 2.10.2

daśamasya viśuddhy-arthaṁ
 navānām iha lakṣaṇam
varṇayanti mahātmānaḥ
 śrutenārthena cāñjasā
Word for word: 
daśamasya — of the summum bonum; viśuddhi — isolation; artham — purpose; navānām — of the other nine; iha — in this Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam; lakṣaṇam — symptoms; varṇayanti — they describe; mahā-ātmānaḥ — the great sages; śrutena — by Vedic evidences; arthena — by direct explanation; ca — and; añjasā — summarily.
Translation: 
To isolate the transcendence of the summum bonum, the symptoms of the rest are described sometimes by Vedic inference, sometimes by direct explanation, and sometimes by summary explanations given by the great sages.