describing this as a “performance” borders on indecency, of course.
Ahmanson read avidly as though Rushdoony were describing his own life.
She evidenced particular tenderness in describing a woman cradling a fellow inmate who had just suffered a grand mal seizure.
Wild parties and late nights are not her style,” he says, describing Elin as “mature.
Here he is describing the state of the body when it is hauled ashore: “Its humanity had been lost to the ravages of nature.”
We have seen how the works we have been describing are lacking in defensive qualities.
Shall I continue to represent you as being the embodiment of the character I am describing?
It must be borne in mind that the period we are describing was one of rapid development.
describing it, he made even war a commonplace and a tiresome topic.
The Jesuits, in their Relations, were describing the friendly feelings of the Indians towards themselves.
early 13c., descriven, from Old French descrivre, descrire (13c.), from Latin describere "to write down, copy; sketch, represent" (see description). Reconstructed with Latin spelling 16c. Related: Describable; described, describes, describing.