characterize[ kar-ik-tuh-rahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF characterize
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHARACTERIZE
Calmness, justice, and consideration should characterize our diplomacy.
I dodge discrimination, and characterize them en masse by negations.
Let neatness, and order, characterize all your arrangements.
I leave the reader to characterize a system which is endangered by such causes.
Softness, gentleness, composure, characterize every movement.
The precise nature of her lack he had not felt the necessity to characterize.
These motor boys and girls have what I may characterize as fluidity of the attention.
The etholog personates a specimen of a class which helps to characterize a period.
The human personality and identity are more difficult to characterize.
Not those, surely, which should characterize a general of the nineteenth century.