define[ dih-fahyn ]SEE DEFINITION OF define
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEFINE
Each generation of American's must define what it means to be an American.
We can know God easily so long as we do not feel it necessary to define Him.
For the cross, if you wish to define it, is the confirmation of victory.
It appeared, then disappeared, without her being able exactly to define it.
Then, as the journey went on, the vagueness began to define.
It seemed to me that it was not quite that, but I could not then define what the sentiment was which imposed this wish on me.
In what the difference consisted, I could not define; but it alarmed me.
First, therefore, we must define the nature of these conceptions themselves.
For reasons which he was at a loss to define Eric saw them off at Charing Cross.
We should not approach his meaning more nearly by attempting to define it further.