To define equality that which is contrary to inequality, is improper.
I seek to define a part of the limitless and undefined mysteries of the body.
In all cases these words are used to define the succeeding noun.
The problem is that neither they nor their teachers can define what that means.
But both endeavours to date and to define are alike impossible.
He answered to this effect, that the Articles did not define it.
For that, though no one ever has defined or will define poetry, is one of the divers good approaches to a description of it.
I never tried to define it, but I was distinctly conscious of it.
Splashes from the water as those on the jetty cast into the sea objects Ross could not define.
We must not seek to define the powers of all these bodies and corporations.
define late 14c., from O.Fr. definir "to end, terminate, determine," from L. definire "to limit, determine, explain," from de- "completely" + finire "to bound, limit," from finis "boundary, end" (see finish). Definite means "defined, clear, precise, unmistakable;" definitive means "having the character of finality."