delineated

[ dih-lin-ee-eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF delineated

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Then he delineated a long and painful path, amid rocks and water-courses.

Or that his nature, being such as we have delineated, is akin to the highest good?

It really has a face, whose features may easily be delineated.

They delineated a large river many days journey to the east, which La Salle had no doubt was the Mississippi.

Besides these symbols is delineated in each compartment an orb of heaven.

We illustrate one which is so delineated that it can be practically produced.

But we call attention to the expressiveness with which these figures are delineated.

People recounted the scenes he had delineated and lauded the artist to the skies.

The vase described by M. Tochon is delineated in Plate, Figs. 4, 5, and 6.

These patterns are delineated on masks, posts, spinning-whorls, and other objects.

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