- v. Simple past tense and past participle of outline.
- adj. showing clearly the outline or profile or boundary
“While the program I outlined is absolutely rational, even I know that there is ZERO chance of it ever being implemented.”
“The only non-trivial difference from their study and what I outlined is that I forgot to say to include income as a regressor, an unfortunate oversight by me.”
“As I pointed out, the program I outlined is at least as focussed on regular, dramatic goals that keep the public eye focusses as it is real engineering or science objectives.”
“At the beginning of last night's panel, Goodstein outlined that this event wasn't about coming to conclusions or declaring a winner; rather, it was intended to get people on either side to at least consider the other one for just a moment.”
“If Obama fought for a compromise deal that Ezra Klein outlined I am sure Grijalva and the progressives will support it.”
“The other winners as outlined from the official press releases:”
“The board believes that, on the basis of the terms outlined in the indicative proposal, it is not in the best interests of shareholders in its current form," Macarthur said.”
“Yesterday McCain outlined a economic proposal that included making the tax cuts permanent and even adding a few more.”
“Everything you just outlined is against everything we believe in.”
“If so, it becomes harder to sketch an acceptable state of affairs in accordance with the terms outlined above.”
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