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Synonyms for delineate

show the form or outline of

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determine the essential quality of

trace the shape of

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make a mark or lines on a surface

describe in vivid detail

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represented accurately or precisely

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To take an illustration from a sister art, the antiquarian details may be said to represent the peculiar features of a landscape under delineation of the pencil.
But they all showed a rather remarkable aptitude for delineation which further fortified Bowen's comparisons between these people and the extinct Cro-Magnons whose ancient art is still preserved in the caverns of Niaux and Le Portel.
Given that the sequoia grew seasonally, each ring marks the passage of another year, and visitors can look at the approximately 260 delineations and think about what such a time span represents."
Meanwhile, the National Union of People's Lawyers (NUPL) said 'a drawback of the new structure as far as access to justice is concerned is the absence of clear delineations of the respective jurisdictions of these courts.'
All assessments, valuations and delineations shall be completed within one year after the passage of the Act.
The Federal Constitution allows for delineations for a minimum of every eight years or in the event of the creation of a new territory or the addition/reduction of the number of seats.
NCDOT staff previously attempted to substitute field delineations of wetlands and streams with GIS-based delineations, but they quickly discovered that existing data were insufficient.
One or a group of islets, regarded uninhabitable from various environmental points of view, are not entitled to serve as the cardinal point in EEZ delineations under the U.N.
Most of the pages are devoted entirely to pictures of art, many of which have a soft blurred color tone and fuzzy delineations that give them a feel of transition between the borders of existential planes.
Of especial note are the in-depth delineations of e-mail hunting and other technological etiquette appropriate for online job hunting--the new social decorum of the twenty-first century.
As a result, their Communist affiliations showed themselves above all in intimate delineations of "the people" and their talk.
Sure enough, on the book's second page, the editors, wanting to make the commonplace (perhaps too commonplace) observation that 'capital now flows internationally', write instead that 'the liquidity of capital [has] long ceased correlating itself to cartographic delineations'.
The methodology used by the staff in mapping the delineations needed to be scientifically defensible and completed within the time and resources available to RIDEM.
In these, as in the more than three hundred other delineations gracefully deployed throughout by designer Katy Homans, one again senses the tremendous fount of inspiration that Isadora offered as a performer and as a person.