With that redefinition of patriotism, Obama snatched love of country from the greasy jowls of Rush Limbaugh and the crew.
The other possibility is a redefinition of momentary happiness in terms of a more global evaluation.
And this would appear to open a pretty straight path to the redefinition of truth and error.
When control is lost it means that the habits are no longer adequate, that the situation has changed and demands a redefinition.
But in that case he runs the risk of being misunderstood from people being too impatient to master his redefinition.
Against the background of deeper changes, education is focusing on its on redefinition.
late 14c., "decision, setting of boundaries," from Old French definicion, from Latin definitionem (nominative definitio), noun of action from past participle stem of definire (see define).
In logic, meaning "act of stating what something means" is from 1640s; meaning "a statement of the essential nature of something" is from late 14c.; the special focus on words developed after c.1550. Meaning "degree of distinctness of the details in a picture" is from 1889.