definite definite  /ˈdɛ fə nət/


  1. (adj) precise; explicit and clearly defined
  2. (adj) known for certain


  1. But the newcomer has a definite advantage: its top speed is 408 m.
  2. On the radio, the Senator had sounded definite.
  3. But nothing more definite on this fabulous, supposedly extreme Rightist French Ku Klux Klan officially came to light.


  1. Mary Young: Corbett's opponents lining up

    The number of definite Democratic candidates for governor now stands at five. A few more are possible contenders. They're fulfilling predictions that the list would be long because Gov. Tom Corbett's approval ratings remain low in polls.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Reading Eagle

  2. Comedian W. Kamau Bell Calls George Zimmerman 'Definite Racist' (Video)

    W. Kamau Bell, who hosts "Totally Biased" on FX, recently called accused murderer George Zimmerman a "racist"while reporting on the Floridian's trial (video below). “Jury selection began this week in the trial of alleged murderer and definite racist George Zimmerman,” said the comedian. "Zimmerman says he was acting in 'self-defense. You know that ancient kind of self-defense called 'Murder Kwan ...
    on June 15, 2013     Source: Opposing Views

  3. Pleats & socks in Paris

    Posted in Fashion / Fashion blog / Fashion pictures / Paris fashion week / Street style There’s a definite hint of school girl chic going on here, between the pleated skirt and the grey over-the-knee socks. But the length of the skirt and the addition of metal-capped pointed pumps keeps it on the side of sexy and away from looking too much like an actual uniform. Article continues . To read it ...
    on June 14, 2013     Source: StyleBistro


  1. "It's tough because, I think there's definite disappointment in the loss," Roddick told reporters in Australia afterward. "I guess if you're given a choice to play well in a loss or play terrible in a loss, you want to choose to play well....
    on Jan 18, 2008 By: Andy Roddick Source: Palm Beach Post

  2. "He was pretty definite. He basically said he was finished," Rivers said. "Nothing's happened yet, so he obviously has the opportunity to change his mind."
    on Jun 24, 2010 By: Doc Rivers Source: The Associated Press

  3. "I find myself in a car all the time now. I find myself out there on race weekends every weekend, and then testing during the week. I'm doing so much more driving than anything else, which is a definite shift in the schedule, so it's fun,"...
    on Jun 19, 2010 By: Danica Patrick Source: The Associated Press

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