determinate

[ adjective dih-tur-muh-nit; verb dih-tur-muh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF determinate

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But that thing of his dissembling was only subject to his perceptibility, not to his will determinate.

It is, in fact, determinate, because the statute prescribes its limit.

How can we avoid believing that their nature is determinate?

The given is undoubtedly just what it is; it is determinate throughout.

It is life which gives to every other possession its determinate value.

Now these aesthetical Ideas are not concepts or determinate thoughts.

But of two opposites, if the one be fixed and determinate, the other must be fixed and determinate also.

She was again like the bright American air, too determinate, too sharp.

What is it that builds a house and plants a garden but the definite and determinate?

To theology, God is determinate; to doubt, imperfect if determinate.

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