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Definition of "delineating" [delineating]

  • Present participle of delineate. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "delineating" in a sentence
  • "Both Orwell and Koestler were masterful in delineating the difference between tyrannical regimes of the past and 20th century totalitarian states like Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union under Stalin."
  • "I shall be interested in delineating the exact nature of the debate in which she is involved, suggesting the reasons for her interest in the emergent science of the mind, and its consequences for her aesthetic."
  • "If our problems today were merely economic or political, and if the rivalries between two great, young and developing national entities, namely the United States and Soviet Russia, were merely questions of bargaining for relative advantages in delineating spheres of influences within which each could leave the other one alone - one could say that the problem is relatively simple."
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