- v. present participle of characterize.
“The “point and surprise” which he speaks of as characterizing the style of Plutarch belong eminently to his own.”
“The "point and surprise" which he speaks of as characterizing the style of Plutarch belong eminently to his own.”
“However, I'm not sure "experimental" would be the appropriate term to use in characterizing Erin Pringle's fiction as represented in The Floating Order.”
“Researchers just made a significant step forward in characterizing what good group members do.”
“American Jews are somewhat less positive today than seven months ago in characterizing U.S.”
“The Congressional Budget Office has been much more guarded than Obama in characterizing the success of the stimulus plan.”
“And as In Favor of Thinking further observes: "What the right wing and the general media never seemed to understand, in characterizing all literary theory, and especially deconstruction, as the Evil Force of Chaos about to Destroy the Canon (remember the so-called Culture Wars?), was that in order to really understand Derrida's work, you had to be steeped in the Western literary and philosophical tradition.”
“The incoming House speaker presumptive has joined top GOP spokespeople in characterizing the election outcomes as a response to economic frustrations and a rebuke to Obama administration "monstrosities" like health care reform.”
“Ah-ha, güero or güera is the correct spelling for a word which carries its significance in characterizing impressions of those seen as light too very light complexions.”
“I am 100% for Obama, I do not believe in characterizing a man with another man's words.”
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