from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Agent noun of define; one who defines.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who defines or explains.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who defines, in any sense of that word.
The field circle definer is naked to the elements around the base like a hula hoop.
At that point, the offended party tries to become the "definer" of what is a true Republican or a true Democrat.
Newt likes to think of himself as a definer, advocate, and teacher of the rules of civilization, and yet he insists on undermining education by forcing poor kids to work at a young age.
The threats are many, and range from an ancient civilization's prophesies of doomsday to an only-slightly-less-ancient "definer of civilization's" persistent fear of an electromagnetic pulse attack.
And he starts to write in his notes what Kirsten Powers, in the Daily Beast, remembered: he described himself as "definer of civilization ... leader possibly of the civilizing forces."
Step 7: Take a definer brush with a bit of shimmery purple shadow, apply it right under the Black Eyeliner to smooth it out and keep it from running.
Who made you the great definer and defender of the category “American”, anyway?
After all, 50,000 troops are still in Iraq, and "combat" versus "non-combat" is largely in the eye of the definer of the term.
Now the expectation is that the list should be the definer of each surprise, so that the surprise is not what's in the package, but what is not.
But I am qualified to say that it works for him and for me — 20lb lighter at the time of writing — and that he is the most articulate definer of a paradigm shift in our thinking about the human metabolism that is still in progress.
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