Language is useful for delineating acceptable discourse, for isolating some and including others.
Austen does no better than the lexicographers at delineating a set that comprises all but only novels.
Such is the character of our hunter, and none who have known him as I have, will accuse me of delineating from fancy.
Out of Cruikshank's caricature he comes to us with a tail capable of delineating a whole alphabet of humour.
The act of delineating the various lines of a ship to the full size on the mould-loft floor, from the draught given.
Shpajinsky quite understands my requirements, and will carry out my intentions in delineating the principal characters.
The sober Flaxman had never succeeded in delineating personages so completely stupefied at having been cut out by a punch.
This affords opportunity for delineating many interesting Indian customs on festive celebrations, such as weddings and feast-days.
Here, as nowhere else, has Prescott succeeded in delineating character.
With this exception, you will not look for much of Shakspeare's skill in delineating character.