Bob Kaiser, chief of tropical diseases at the CDC, was stumped by the descriptions of the fever.
He interviewed those involved separately and cross-referenced their descriptions of what happened.
Recipes are just descriptions of one person's take on one moment in time.
Issy did not consent to these descriptions, nor could she defend herself.
In their descriptions of it, they used words like “quest” and “adventure.”
It recalls the descriptions in the Hebrew prophets of the desolation coming upon Nineveh.
Tom may be the story teller, and read just the descriptions.
Sirens and Dulcineas of all descriptions were ever apt to gather round monasteries.
This was his desire to see facts, and not to rest contented with the descriptions of them.
The market terms by which descriptions of ivory are distinguished are liable to mislead.
late 14c., from Old French description (12c.) and directly from Latin descriptionem (nominative descriptio) "representation, description, copy," noun of action from past participle stem of describere "write down, transcribe, copy, sketch," from de- "down" (see de-) + scribere "write" (see script (n.)).