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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of depict.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. represented graphically by sketch or design or lines.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. represented graphically by sketch or design or lines
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Grief leaned up against the companionway, surprise and pain depicted on his face.
I'm not sure if it was ever marketed as young-adult fiction, but the violence depicted is nothing I've ever read in YA before.
The episode depicted is "The Essex Street Vampire," in which Holmes is hired by a man who suspects his wife of Vampirism when he catches her at their infant's side with blood running from her mouth!
What do you think about the behind the scenes Palin depicted in “Game Change”?
What you see depicted is the result of the entertainment moguls efforts to contain file sharing.
I've see pictures of Sarah Palin depicted in horrible manner all over the net, it did not grab headline or ticker from CNN.
And it requires a different kind of "detachment" because only in a simulation can you * be* the killers - even in a novel or film depicted from the first person perspective, you are not actually flipping the switch to gas the Jews.
The provenance of the funds depicted is not evidenced allied to other financial commitments.
What has been depicted is an administration effort to refute the allegations of a critic (some of which did in fact prove to be untrue) and to undermine his credibility, including by suggesting that nepotism rather than qualifications led to his selection.
The characters and the plot development are “highly exaggerated the viewer recognises immediately that the situation being depicted is fictional”.