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adjective as in representing

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Example Sentences

A second sticking point is the ban on characterizing flavors.

But eye tracking will likely prove to be only one element of characterizing concussion.

The boy actually resisted characterizing Lane, but the reporters persisted and drew adjectives out of him.

Characterizing the Arizona GOP as unfriendly to moderates and business, he says, is fundamentally unfair and “not true.”

The next day, I heard him characterizing another liberal activist as "numbnuts."

Her face wore an expression of mystic rapture like that characterizing the features of some Chinese Buddhas.

The characterizing details of some of the great fables, however, disappear in Mandeville's English.

This may seem like a purely formal and external mode of characterizing the development of philosophical thought.

I am about to commence the making of mince-pies, with all the interesting sensations characterizing young enterprise or effort.

The importance of accent as a unifying feature of the word is obvious in such English examples as unthinkable, characterizing.


On this page you'll find 71 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to characterizing, such as: definitive, detailed, eloquent, expressive, identifying, and illuminating.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.