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"It feels a little strangely," she replied, moving it two or three times, as if to get some well defined sensation.
THE ALLEN HOUSET. S. ARTHUR
The stream was not wide, and its banks were well defined where we crossed.
THREE YEARS IN THE SIXTH CORPSGEORGE T. STEVENS
There is a well defined belt, or rather crescent, of Hundreds, in all of which the assessment is reduced.
From the first year of the reign of Elizabeth the border service is well defined and the claims of the tenants became fixed.
THE DANES IN LANCASHIRE AND YORKSHIRES. W. PARTINGTON
The broad toes were well defined, and the punctures of the great digging claws had cut the clay.
LIVES OF THE FUR FOLKM. D. HAVILAND
To those not yet favored by a residence in this Northland I would say that I have written each tale with a well defined purpose.
THE TRAIL OF A SOURDOUGHMAY KELLOGG SULLIVAN
The two boys set forward in silence, following the well defined trail left by the animal.
LEFT ON THE LABRADORDILLON WALLACE
The Y-mark is well defined as a rule, but now and then specimens are found in which only the tail of the Y is distinct.
THE MOTHS OF THE BRITISH ISLES, SECOND SERIESRICHARD SOUTH
The road was a new one, recently opened, and not well defined.
THE WIND BEFORE THE DAWNDELL H. MUNGER
Her eye-brows were well defined, and just sufficiently arched to correspond with the eyes themselves.
ELLA BARNWELLEMERSON BENNETT