Ismayilova prefers to characterize what she does as “reporting the truths about the cruelest regimes.”
Frequent cycles of violence can characterize upscale domestic abuse, Weitzman says.
Of the high hopes that characterize the Western Aliyah (immigration) souring so dramatically, so brutally.
How would you characterize the Ukrainian uprising of 2013-2014?
What is the critical shorthand for indifference, or the best way to characterize a work that simply does not speak to you?
Corresponding to the difference in musical instruments is that of the noise instruments which characterize the two regions.
The etholog personates a specimen of a class which helps to characterize a period.
He exhibits the learned activities thenceforth to characterize the Peripatetics.
Not those, surely, which should characterize a general of the nineteenth century.
To express that we should rather have the word which is used in 2 Peter i. 16 to characterize "cunningly devised fables" ( ).
1590s, "to engrave, write," back-formation from characterization, or else from Medieval Latin characterizare, from Greek kharakterizein "to designate by a characteristic mark," from kharakter (see character). Meaning "to describe the qualities of" is recorded from 1630s; that of "to be characteristic" is from 1744. Related: Characterized; characterizing.