delineated delineated  /dɪ ˈlɪ ni ˌeɪ tɪd/


  • (adj) represented accurately or precisely



  1. What this book lacks in form it more than makes up for in subtly delineated feeling.
  2. He delineated the nature of the immune defect in HIV infection, and his other demonstrations have identified the major obstacles to HIV's eradication.
  3. Now you pretty much know where you are, with clearly delineated page headings like The Economy, Leading the News, Politics Economics.


  • F.C. Council Gives Final OK To Terms of Water Sale to Fairfax

    In keeping with terms worked out through mediation with Fairfax County and its water system last fall, the Falls Church City Council tonight gave final, unanimous approval to the terms of the sale as delineated in a 67-page document. A final minor fix was added to the final OK tonight, [...]
    on June 25, 2013     Source: Falls Church News-Press


  1. "Following the completion of negotiations on the 123 Agreement, we continue to encourage the Government of India to move forward to complete the process that President George W Bush and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh have delineated and which when...
    on Dec 4, 2007 By: David Mulford Source: Press Trust of India

  2. "There are very few where there is a clearly delineated hero and villain. That was another problem we had in selling the project," Nolan said. "It had a slightly different feel. It defies categorization a bit, but those are the sorts of...
    on Oct 19, 2006 By: Christopher Nolan Source:

  3. "I've learned a lot from making 'Comic Book: The Movie,'" Hamill explained. "I realize now that 'Waiting For Guffman' and 'A Mighty Wind' are fully-realized scripts without dialogue with every beat and shot clearly delineated. We didn't even...
    on Feb 16, 2004 By: Mark Hamill Source:

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