To describe

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to describe: to explain, to illustrate, to depict, to detail

a description: an account, an explanation, a depiction, a portrayal


  • "Each billboard emits the scent of Washed Up, described by Kalvin Krime as 'a masculine blend of sun, surf, and wetsuits'."
  • "-How would you describe it?"
  • "Physical description: (Age) 19 (Height) 5.8 M (Weight) 2367 KG (additional information) LOVES SUDOKU"
  • "You will introduce yourself, and give a brief description of your role in your corporation."
  • "Lawyer : Uh, Mr. Capone, for legal purposes, I'd like you to refrain from using the term 'gangster' to describe yourself."
  • "Police report that no one at the bar was sober enough to describe the suspected assailant's face accurately."
  • "Of the many trendy movements gaining popularity within elitist circles, the 'local food' movement may have the most momentum. The term describes the growing preference of some consumers to eat only locally or regionally-produced food rather than food which has traveled great distances before arriving on their plate."
  • "Zack Fielding, described as a shy loner by his classmates, threw a range of sweets, including jelly beans and candy corn, during a 10th grade math class."
  • "Can you describe your artificial arm to me?"
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