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verb as in describe; outline

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Now, as the federal budget gets hammered out through the reconciliation process, Neguse says they are trying to consolidate those multiple proposals to delineate how the corps would operate and where the money would flow.

It is unfair and potentially even deceptive to try to peer into her head and delineate the exact shape of those demons as she tries to decide whether to compete again in Tokyo.

Over 200 hundred years later, we are still using these measurements to delineate federal, state, and private land boundaries.

It’s useful to delineate those efforts — and to contextualize or rebut them — in defense of our collective and accurate memory of what occurred.

Right now on the Colorado River, those entities are renegotiating what are called interim guidelines, which outline the water levels that trigger those planned cutbacks and delineate which places have to sacrifice water first.

Stereotypes exist to delineate but also in order to be defied.

Lapid has spent considerable effort trying to delineate the middle class—which many argued was a key component of his voter base.

Another helpful feature on the site is a glossary of terms that delineate the various stages of mall decrepitude.

In this short study my one idea all through has been to delineate Mohammed as he was and Islam as she is.

Vide Owen's Geological Report, for the first attempt to delineate the order of the various local and general formations.

We also sweep the arc f to enable us to delineate the line A g'.

Here, again, we draw the arc a b c and delineate a tooth as before.

We will now proceed to delineate an escape wheel for a detached lever.


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On this page you'll find 73 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to delineate, such as: define, depict, lay out, limn, characterize, and chart.

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