well-defined[ wel-di-fahynd ]SEE DEFINITION OF well-defined
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But there was a well-defined code between his mother and himself.
Here was a dilemma—a dilemma none the less for having two well-defined horns.
He had a well-defined code to regulate his relations with others and theirs with him.
The only other well-defined compound is the sulphocarbonate.
In the first place, let us determine upon some well-defined plan.
But the electors of Germany, in days agone, had a well-defined use.
There are two well-defined periods of migration, in the spring and autumn.
There was a manifest need of some well-defined piratical purpose.
There is no well-defined timber-line, as on other lofty mountains.
It may be There is a marvelous power in a well-defined individuality.
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