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Definition of "delineation" [de•lin•e•a•tion]

  • The act of delineating; depiction (noun)
  • An image of the outline of an object (noun)
  • A graphic verbal description (noun)

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Use "delineation" in a sentence
  • "Its delineation is that of a "SuperPAC," which (under non-technical terms) means it can raise unlimited amounts of money from varying sources and spend that advocating for or against candidates."
  • "Linework follows the presence of várzea habitats along these rivers according to IBGE and the eastern delineation is the confluence of the Japurá with the Solimões Rivers."
  • "M. J.Hyland's delineation is impeccable and page-turningly unputdownable."