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Definition of "determinating" [determinating]

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

Use "determinating" in a sentence
  • "Could the loonies really get it together enough to actually be a determinating faction?"
  • "In this state, Madam, (said she) are my Affairs at present; I daily expect to be sent for by my Father, to give my determinating Voice before the Senate, which I resolve shall be absolutely Negative; tho ', at the same Time, I count my self bound in Honour to make some religious"
  • "And without any other corroborating evidence, it looks like that may be -- you know, a determinating factor as to whether they'll file."