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Sentence count:185+7 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-09-04Updated:2020-07-24
Antonym: tentativeSimilar words: definitiondefinitelyinitiativepunitivecognitivedefineaffinityinitialMeaning: [dɪ'fɪnɪtɪv]  adj. 1. clearly defined or formulated 2. of recognized authority or excellence 3. supplying or being a final or conclusive settlement. 
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1 Her book is the definitive works on Milton.
2 There is no definitive answer to this.
3 There are no definitive answers/solutions to this problem.
4 This book is the definitive guide to world cuisine.
5 The definitive version of the text is ready to be published.
6 No one has come up with a definitive answer as to why this should be so.
7 The police have no definitive proof of her guilt.
8 We got a definitive victory.
9 It is too soon to reach any definitive judgement.
10 Her book is the definitive work on Milton.
11 His "An Orkney Tapestry" is still the definitive book on the islands.
12 Her book is still considered the definitive work on beetles.
13 The list is neither exhaustive nor definitive.
14 As a historical event the exodus was definitive.
15 No one can provide definitive answers to these questions.
16 Only cancellation means definitive ending of the total debt.
17 The definitive treatment is still controversial.
18 Because it will be my definitive work.
19 This became the definitive work of the period.
20 Clearly,[] this study can not provide a definitive answer.
21 Brendan's steak and kidney pudding is definitive.
22 Definitive crust and right amount of chewiness inside.
23 A definitive set of grammatical tags does not exist.
24 The definitive experiments began on New Year's Eve 1988.
25 This is not the definitive work of television.
26 A more definitive test involved measuring their energies.
27 Many people regard it as the definitive interpretation of 'War and Peace'.
28 Clearly we can not as yet give a definitive answer to this question.
29 It is normal practice for the definitive sale and purchase agreement to be drafted by the acquirer's solicitors.
30 The victims' families of the murder have appealed to the Supreme Court to have a definitive answer.
More similar words: definitiondefinitelyinitiativepunitivecognitivedefineaffinityinitialinitiateinitiallyfinite elementsensitiveinquisitiveadministrativedeficitfinish upin itselffinish withdefensivemunitionsrecognitionnativeactivemotivesensitivityactivelyincentiverelativesupportivedetective
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