English words and Examples of Usage

use "definite" in a sentence

There are no definite plans yet, but a house has to come first."

We still don't have a definite answer, the service wrote on its Facebook page.

“We have a definite fascination with orphans and runaways,” Bianca said.

Star magazine, though, says there was some definite touchy-feely action between the two.

He said: “In this case we felt there was a definite noise nuisance and the court agreed.

We're really pleased, it's a definite step in the right direction, Laura Ashton told CNN.

Weidlich’s iPhone is largely inspired by the iPhone 6, but there are some definite differences.

On Tuesday, team president Larry Bird wasn't so definite that George wouldn't play this season.

The recorded attitudes showed a definite shift in implicit attitudes, toward greater positivity.

Diagnosis generally will be made when the consultant and other specialists consider it a definite.

They've been talking about a Psychonauts sequel since at least 2012, but now it's definite.

H., but nothing so definite as the following statement by a correspondent of the Portsmouth Journal.

Plural of nouns If a noun is definite, it is pluralized by adding yo at the end.

Liquids differ from solids in that both have a definite volume, but liquids do not have a definite shape. defy

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