definitive[ dih-fin-i-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION OF definitive
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The first, the most fierce, and the definitive battle was fought over the moon.
We have yet no news of the signature of the definitive treaty.
The versions given are the definitive and authoritative ones.
Closeness to the natural environment is definitive of this stage.
These characteristics are definitive of the civilization of illiteracy.
But still a name so generic often affects a definitive precursor.
It is because I want the Republic that I want it to be durable and definitive.
To these questions, it is difficult to give a definitive and conclusive reply.
After this the Bishop began to read the definitive sentence.
After the definitive pacification of the country they were completely abandoned.