verb (used with object), out·lined, out·lin·ing.
Examples from the Web for outlined
On Monday afternoon, President Obama outlined the steps he was taking, without Congress, to address the police militarization.SWAT Lobby Shoots to Kill Police Reform After Ferguson|Tim Mak|December 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
As Patrick Hruby outlined at Sports on Earth, the changes are for the most part positive.Will the NCAA Let Ohio State’s Kosta Karageorge Die in Vain?|Robert Silverman|December 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Inside the quarantine zone, even more specific procedures were outlined to keep those within the bounds of it safe.
In a popular article for Collider, Stemwedel outlined what she saw as a young woman working in a lab.
This sum, outlined in the penal code, is double for a male than it is for a female.
In my own work, the plan I had outlined for myself I developed day by day.One Way Out|William Carleton
The program they outlined would have resulted in a general lowering of prices in a month's time if every one had agreed to it.Peggy Raymond's Way|Harriet Lummis Smith
Heads were outlined in shadow against the window-panes from which circles of light fell on to the road.More Tales by Polish Authors|Various
At his breast an ugly protuberance, outlined vaguely, hinted a deformity.The Mystery|Stewart Edward White and Samuel Hopkins Adams
There was a pause, during which Ftis finished his ground-colour and outlined an eyebrow with a miniature-painter's pencil.Mohawks, Volume 3 of 3|Mary Elizabeth Braddon
British Dictionary definitions for outlined
- a drawing or manner of drawing consisting only of external lines
- (as modifier)an outline map
Word Origin and History for outlined (1 of 2)
1790, "to draw in outline," from outline (n.). Meaning "to describe in general terms" is from 1855. Related: Outlined; outlining.