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- clearly defined
synonyms for clearly defined
- not vague
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How to use clearly defined in a sentence
Cochran not only had to pursue a clearly defined black voter strategy, but he also had to pay for it with campaign resources.
That side has a clearly defined objective and acts on its statements.
Without a clearly defined objective and hard action, there is only one outcome…the Taliban wins.
Battle, always chaotic, was made even more so by the lack of clearly defined sides and objectives.
This is not Bosnia, where there were more clearly defined good guys and bad guys.
Just how it came to take place, or who may have put the suggestion into her mind, was never clearly defined.The Woman Gives | Owen Johnson
All night we could see the Russian position on the Alma clearly defined by the watch-fires, which illuminated the sky.The British Expedition to the Crimea | William Howard Russell
There must be a clearly defined centre of consciousness, else how shall it work onward to perfection?Evolution of Life and Form | Annie Wood Besant
But this classification is not always clearly defined; for the same object of pilgrimage often falls into two categories at once.The Age of Erasmus | P. S. Allen
A collective mind is formed, doubtless transitory, but presenting very clearly defined characteristics.Introduction to the Science of Sociology | Robert E. Park
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