- taua sedefinitively
Adjective(1) clearly defined or formulated(2) of recognized authority or excellence(3) supplying or being a final or conclusive settlement
(1) Written by Teddy Fennelly, the book is deemed to be the definitive text on the co-operative movement in Ireland.(2) This is a definitive book on the subject, made all the more collectable by its beautiful presentation.(3) Although the revelation was complete before the death of Muhammad in 632, the tradition tells us that he did not himself assemble the material into a definitive text.(4) Will this be the definitive list of top ten songs?(5) The number of flood defence committees is also to be drastically reduced, scrapping all local committees and establishing a definitive list of regional committees.(6) Fortunately, this may not be the definitive book on Bill Brandt.(7) In 1924, he published his definitive volume, The Pipe Book, still an invaluable reference tool for tobacco historians today.(8) This last species may occur in N. Iraq near the Turkish border but I haven't found any definitive documentation.(9) On the Arts and Disciplines of the Liberal Letters was the definitive text for the Middle Ages.(10) Is that really the tiny study where Noah Webster penned his definitive dictionary?(11) In a statement released on Sunday the company confirmed it had reached definitive agreement to sell the company to three private equity groups.(12) This procedure is considered the gold standard for definitive diagnosis of lesions.(13) It comes as a surprise, then, to learn that many medical studies include too few patients to reach any definitive conclusion.(14) Despite its noble remit, and the broad range of material which must have been available, this is not a definitive anthology in terms of calibre.(15) This review includes definitive and commemorative stamp types with some exceptions.(16) If a definitive agreement is signed - one is hoped for by the end of April - Reilly will be named president and CEO of the new company.
(1) definitive host :: au taua se
1. conclusive ::
2. authoritative ::
3. classical ::
4. determinate ::
5. unequivocal ::
1. inconclusive ::
2. indecisive ::
Different Formsdefinitive, definitively
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