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Definition of "delineated" []

  • To trace the shape or outline of; sketch (verb)
  • To represent pictorially, as by making a chart or diagram; depict (verb)
  • To portray in words, esp with detail and precision; describe (verb)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of delineate. (verb)

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Use "delineated" in a sentence
  • "Just to let ya'll know, I saw in an interview with one of the comic's writers that that they deliberately delineated from the original story because they thought it would be more fun to show on screen and easier to ingest."
  • "And speaking of science, the story uses a fair amount of real, present-day science which is delineated from the fictional in an enlightening afterward."
  • "In February, 1955, Mr. Martin delineated for us Canada's importance as a world partner and said, The Empire Club of Canada, which takes its name from history's most successful association of free nations, is a singularly appropriate forum for the expression of the ideal of brotherhood in the community, national and international sense."