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Definition of "determinated" [determinated]

  • Determined (adjective)
  • Determinate (adjective)

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Use "determinated" in a sentence
  • ""Irregardless," the New Oxford American Dictionary said in a press release, "from a strictly lexicistic interpretation of the various contexts in which Palin has used 'refudiate,' we have determinated that the word more or less stands on its own, suggesting a generical sense of 'reject.'""
  • "That bio-determinated thought also puts the question to the British book labeling scheme I talked about yesterday -- even if the prominent display of reading levels cause more parents to buy more books, will that cause more and better literacy?"
  • "Dose skwinty leedle eyes, dose teenee tiny pointee ends, dat firm determinated luk awn teh leedle faice… SPLORT!"
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