Definitions

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  • adj. not represented accurately or precisely

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Examples

  • All the days since are dark, undelineated and unfinished.

    Losing Found Things

  • In previous years Ashgabat's relations with Baku were distinctly cool, mainly due to a debt dispute and arguments about rights over energy reserves in the undelineated Caspian.

    Europe's Caspian Opportunity

  • It will also explain more clearly than a page of type could do, why the western and north-western coasts were known so early, whilst the eastern and southern shores remained undelineated until James Cook and Matthew Flinders sailed along them.

    The Life of Captain Matthew Flinders

  • It will also explain more clearly than a page of type could do, why the western and north-western coasts were known so early, whilst the eastern and southern shores remained undelineated until James

    The Life of Captain Matthew Flinders

  • Ecuador and Peru reached a tentative peace agreement in October 1998, which ended hostilities, and the Guarantors of the Rio Protocol ruled that the border of the undelineated zone was indeed the line of the '' Cordillera del Cóndor '', as Peru had been claiming since the

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  • Ironically, they are now in a similar position to those Anglican Christians seeking equality in the household of God who were, without their consent, forced into a period of undelineated waiting and uncertainty by the very authority that has prosecuted the action against them.

    Of course, I could be wrong...

  • It is an odd way of looking at a job that gives new and undelineated power to an individual without a mandate of the European people.

    The Guardian World News

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