Definition of Describe. Meaning of Describe. Synonyms of Describe

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Definition of Describe

Describe
Describe De*scribe", v. i. To use the faculty of describing; to give a description; as, Milton describes with uncommon force and beauty.

Meaning of Describe from wikipedia

- Look up description in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Description is the pattern of narrative development that aims to make vivid a place, object, character...
- Shneur Hasofer is a Hasidic musician known as DeScribe. Hasofer's musical style has been characterized as "Hasidic hip-hop," "Hasidic rap" and "Hasidic...
- In control systems theory, the describing function (DF) method, developed by Nikolay Mitrofanovich Krylov and Nikolay Bogoliubov in the 1930s, and extended...
- into "holders" or "creators", with a third variation upon the role being described as that of a "carrier" or "surger". Some notable examples of box-to-box...
- to unambiguously describe the anatomy of animals, including humans. The terms, typically derived from Latin or Gr**** roots, describe something in its...
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- Terms used to describe homo****uality have gone through many changes since the emergence of the first terms in the mid-19th century. In English, some terms...
- The slang term Chad originated in the UK, where it was used to describe a particular humorous ad-hoc cartoon, and later in Chicago it was used as a pejorative...
- community would use the terms Kathoey and Tom. The term Kathoey was used to describe transgender women who dress, act, or partake in surgery to become female...
- may be used to describe those "attracted to people of all genders across the gender spectrum", and pan****uality may be used to describe the same people...