verb (used with object), de·fined, de·fin·ing.
verb (used without object), de·fined, de·fin·ing.
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What does define us is our ability to look past our differences to solve problems.Charles Koch: Partisan politics don’t work. It’s time for a new way|jakemeth|November 19, 2020|Fortune
In his book Great Mondays, company culture expert Josh Levine defines purpose as, for example, “why an organization exists beyond making money.”Why Employees Should Write Their Company’s Obituary|Sean Braswell|November 16, 2020|Ozy
Unfortunately, these were defining moments that shaped her tenure on the City Council.
Audience engagement strategies will need to be re-defined and to go a step further.Concrete steps marketers should take now to get ready for CA’s CPRA in 2023|Greg Sterling|November 11, 2020|Search Engine Land
As Dubrule explains, JROTC and similar efforts are often a place for adolescents to “find their voice” during the defining and sometimes turbulent years of early adulthood.To honor veterans and make the country stronger, expand the JROTC|matthewheimer|November 11, 2020|Fortune
He is the poet or maker of words, as in civilised ages the dialectician is the definer or distinguisher of them.Cratylus|Plato
She knew that in the case of marriage everything depends upon the definer and the occasion.Phyllis of Philistia|Frank Frankfort Moore
You will first note that the definer has not declared what sort of composition.Aristotle|George Grote
And the recent popularity of vers libre and imagisme has made the definer's task harder than ever before.Literature in the Making|Various
Either I am very much mistaken, or Locke the definer has very well defined liberty as "power."Voltaire's Philosophical Dictionary|Voltaire