verb (used with object), de·lin·e·at·ed, de·lin·e·at·ing.
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The next figure shows the morning surface weather map, with the pressure lines clearly delineating a ridge of cold, high pressure entrenched east of the Appalachians and extending from Long Island to southern Georgia.Sleet vs. snow: The reason behind Thursday’s icy mess|Jeffrey Halverson|February 19, 2021|Washington Post
This is a speech that delineates what the sources of the conflict are and says that he believes one side is in the right and one side is in the wrong and he sure hopes that more people won’t join the wrong side.Politicians Quote Abraham Lincoln a Lot. Historians Say They Don't Always Do His Words Justice|Olivia B. Waxman|February 11, 2021|Time
The following year, the Police Department revised its use of force guidelines by delineating 11 factors that can be used to determine whether a use of force is justified.
Stereotypes exist to delineate but also in order to be defied.In Praise of ‘Awkward’: OMFG MTV, Like, Really Gets High School|Amy Zimmerman|June 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Lapid has spent considerable effort trying to delineate the middle class—which many argued was a key component of his voter base.
Another helpful feature on the site is a glossary of terms that delineate the various stages of mall decrepitude.
In this short study my one idea all through has been to delineate Mohammed as he was and Islam as she is.Islam Her Moral And Spiritual Value|Arthur Glyn Leonard
Vide Owen's Geological Report, for the first attempt to delineate the order of the various local and general formations.
We also sweep the arc f to enable us to delineate the line A g'.
Here, again, we draw the arc a b c and delineate a tooth as before.
We will now proceed to delineate an escape wheel for a detached lever.