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

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Her features were more defined and had a calm, soft, and serene expression.

To some, like the founders of the State of Oregon, it was more defined.

As the shape grew larger and more defined John's heart began to throb.

All the precious persons of his choice made the bluff figure of the chief the more defined.

But as the worm grows, the corpuscles grow also, becoming larger and more defined.

The ground-colour of both is warm tawny-brown, but on the males the spots are fewer, larger, and more defined.

Its religion, in the more defined sense, was generally Deism, as in Robespierre or Jefferson.

Only the picture takes a more defined shape, and we are able to distinguish the lights and shadows.

As life advances, the dividing lines grow sharper and more defined.

Mr. Andersson also pinches the paper into a ridge along the middle of the gun, to ensure a more defined foresight.