Thesaurus / well-defined

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Pawson smiled faintly, then his eyebrows lost their identity in some well-defined wrinkles in his forehead.

Kennedy SquareF. Hopkinson Smith

As between ‘our’ activities as ‘we’ experience them, and those of our ideas, or of our brain-cells, the issue is well-defined.

They were soon in the woods and saw a well-defined path running to the eastward.

The Rover Boys on the FarmArthur M. Winfield (AKA Edward Stratemeyer)

How mysterious is this very sharp, and well-defined separation from all mystery!

Geographers have, for convenience, divided the river into well-defined sections, the Upper and the Lower Congo.

It would not bend back at the knuckles; and the fingers also had no well-defined knuckle movement.

Edward MacDowellLawrence Gilman

The Corps has already intimated that this is the first well-defined specimen of a man it has yet seen in Belgium.

Sir Edward Grey worked strenuously with this well-defined object.

Before the WarViscount Richard Burton Haldane

These unwritten laws were well-defined and worked in a positive and forceful way.

The StrongholdMiriam Haynie

The close observer will discover a well-defined division of labor, different groups of bees performing certain operations.

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