Definition [noun]

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I can’t recall ever seeing an adjusted EBITDA definition with 12 different categories of exclusion.

“Part of the promise of this technology is that a fan of any show, by definition, usually wants to know more about it, more about the characters,” Moore said.

With every definition of home in shambles, it would be a wonder the homeless still feel so lost if it weren’t for the humanity at stake.

John Chaney, eternally fiery and relentlessly competitive, was the definition of toughnessThose holiday phone calls never lasted less than an hour.

There is no formal definition of an uncivil war, but America is increasingly split between members of two political parties that hate each other.

It’s off because the noun part of the word, at the end, doesn’t match the noun part of the definition.

My doctor prescribed a soft food diet, for which there is no clear definition.

There’s a technical definition, but for most nonprofessional investors, a stock is a thing you spend money on in hopes that it increases in value.

To make sure we avoid problems arising, the rules and definitions surrounding mega-constellations should be made clear, on an international scale.

“Because it’s an experiment, it contains by definition all the physics that nature wants to put in it including quantum effects and classical effects,” Peiris said.