1. supreme God carrying out well-defined functions and endowed with
2. Cycles built on timelines are able to offer well-defined learning cycles to spirits in training
3. existence in our reality, and have a well-defined location in space-time that is logically
4. While the closest that comes to it is the North Indian classical music, it, however, is made up of well-defined speeds in nuances, if any, and more of plain notes and tones
5. Music by nature is not well-defined and does not have a clear structure say like a square or rectangle that human minds can comprehend
6. He was bony, fair and had deep set eyes but all the same, handsome with a well-defined chin and shapely nose
7. With the business unit well-defined and shared with others for input, clarification, and consensus, the re/org moves next to modeling the core processes that are used to produce the products and services (deliverables) of the business unit
8. Because jobs are based operationally on the work needed to execute the well-defined and aligned core processes, through color-coding jobs to the core processes, each job can subsequently be modeled based on the actual work to be fulfilled
9. 56 shows, the currency moves between well-defined, flat support and resistance levels
10. Homeless generally stay in small and well-defined areas based on familiarity and what services are nearby
11. Trails that were now well-defined when they had been deer tracks
12. Fifteen hundred years in the north country have made them a tall, tawny-haired, grey-eyed race, vigorous and warlike, and already exhibiting a well-defined artistry and poetism of nature
13. Her hands were folded across her abdomen beneath well-defined breasts
14. Without a well-defined focus for action, the executive is unlikely
15. Of these well-defined core practices, from early on I had been interested in exploring the one that had become the bane of my life, within layers of exquisitely refined personal camouflages—it was called Losing Self-importance
16. his backside move within the well-defined, wood-smoke colored pants
17. Back then, I thought reality was a result of focusing on a well-defined goal, supported by carefully planned activity
18. If you have a comprehensive understanding of the working of thought-vibrations, if you know the technique of controlling the thoughts, if you know the method of transmitting beneficial thoughts to others at a distance by forming clearcut, well-defined powerful thought-waves, you can use this thought-power a thousandfold more effectively
19. was well-defined on the back deck of that old steam engine pad-
20. He got off the bed and stood up in front of her, the well-defined muscles of his butt and thighs rippling as he did so
21. These parties are often one-person shows with small but well-defined pockets of influence that enable them to bargain with larger parties from a position of relative strength
22. There are many other less well-defined conditions such as hurrying or doing things quickly by being in-patient tenses the muscle up causing it to be stretched or strained in a state of nervous strain
23. The hallmark symptom of psoriasis is well-defined, red patches of skin covered by a
24. The measurements are made on well-defined skeletal features and they don’t change with age
25. Hal wondered at first how the goblins had managed to leave such a wide, well-defined trail, but then kicked himself; obviously the trail was old, and probably used often
26. A well-defined lawful want, therefore, furnishes the reason for the more complex operations of nature
27. It seemed perfectly smooth and well-defined in the distance, but became a series of glittering flashes as the light bounced off the waves coming towards Hanna and Fred, lapping at the smooth, sandy surface and stretching forward to fleetingly touch Hanna's bare toes
28. He was in his early twenties, tall – well over six feet – and slim yet with well-defined, muscular arms and legs
29. Cameron’s beautiful lines were barely interrupted by her first pregnancy and her beauty was well-defined on the back deck of that old steam engine paddleboat
30. Her hands slid underneath his shirt and her fingers traced the well-defined dips and ridges of his hard chest muscles
31. Why call on Israel if they were unable to judge the meaning of equity? Yet it was this very simple and well-defined law of justice that baffled McGarvey into a confession that strikes the fatal blow to his theory, demonstrating the great perplexity of his mind
32. He then suggested I carry a well-defined cardboard placard with the
33. He saw a well-defined carving of two huge twin-like towers in a state of crumbling
34. reflecting a certain well-defined group of problems
35. That’s why Tibetan teachers give their pupils a well-defined sequence
36. In the age of terrorist threats, we need well-defined succession plans that can be immediately implemented should the unthinkable happen
37. Maria noticed automatically that he was exceptionally fit, with well-defined shoulders tapering down to narrow hips
38. They pointed out the fish and dead birds lying about among the rocks as proving the nature of the food of these creatures, and I heard them congratulating each other on having cleared up the point why the bones of this flying dragon are found in such great numbers in certain well-defined areas, as in the Cambridge Green-sand, since it was now seen that, like penguins, they lived in gregarious fashion
39. If your patterns allow you to position short near the absolute high point of a trend leg with some degree of confidence, then you have a well-defined risk point and the potential for outsized profits on some subset of these trades
40. It is easy to find examples of well-defined trading ranges on historical charts where you could buy and risk a very small amount as the market bounces off the magic price at the bottom of the range
41. Violations of support and resistance in well-defined ranges are important areas to watch
42. Last, the volatile set of breakouts were added, and failed breakouts, which can be touchy, subjective, and dangerous, bring up the rear, so the progression is from simple and well-defined to complex and potentially confusing
43. Sometimes the bear market will last only 8 or 10 months and there is no well-defined low at the month 13/14 at all
44. These opportunities occur when the market reaches a well-defined zone and then prints a catalyst
45. The best way to keep your emotions out of your investment decisions is to have a well-defined game plan
46. You must have the discipline to follow your well-defined strategy to the letter, not breaking one rule or parameter that you have set
47. • Once the stock can break above the consolidation holding the gap levels, you have a well-defined entry and should expect the stock to quickly find higher prices on the breakout
48. Graham and Dodd argued that stocks, like bonds, have a well-defined value based on a stream of future returns
49. The importance of the question, and the lack of well-defined and authoritative views thereon, compel us to weigh here the leading arguments for and against this proposition
50. This is the fact that, viewed historically, most successful companies of the past are found to have pursued a well-defined life cycle, consisting first of a series of struggles and setbacks; second, of a halcyon period of prosperity and persistent growth; which in turn passes over into a final phase of supermaturity—characterized by a slackening of expansion and perhaps an actual loss of leadership or even profitability
51. Attempting to graph a result over a period of time without using formats or intervals will usually result in a graph that is not clear or well-defined
52. 29), there is a well-defined tendency even in these cases for the market price to reflect the earning power sooner or later
53. There are no well-defined standards as to when high-grade bond prices are cheap or dear corresponding to the earnings-ratio test for common stocks, and the operations have to be guided chiefly by a technique of gaging market moves that seems rather far removed from “investment
54. ) This activity follows a well-defined pattern, which by the nature of the security markets must bring many losses and disappointments to the public
55. Nearly all the bull markets had a number of well-defined characteristics in common, such as (1) a historically high price level, (2) high price/earnings ratios, (3) low dividend yields as against bond yields, (4) much speculation on margin, and (5) many offerings of new common-stock issues of poor quality
56. Our risk was well-defined and likely very limited
57. A well-defined H&S top was my first, second, and third impression
58. formed a well-defined 3-month symmetrical triangle from December 2012 to March 2013
59. Some people will prefer to interpret it as a powerful uptrend within a well-defined rising channel
60. Was there a well-defined pattern on SPY’s chart that provided a compelling entry point? Yes, in the form of a continuation H&S bottom as shown on Figure 96:
61. Elliott believed that markets had well-defined waves that could be used to predict market direction
62. All these spreads differ from previous strategies in that they depend on an observed and perhaps less well-defined relationship than that between the cash price and the futures price or between the prices of different futures months
63. If a hedger is averse to paying for protective options, which offer limited and well-defined risk, the hedger may instead consider selling, or writing, an option against an underlying position
64. If a hedger needs well-defined protection, the purchase of an option may be the best choice regardless of the fact that the option will most often expire worthless
65. First, any exchange-traded product has to have a very well-defined value on which everyone can agree
66. Employees who thrive in clear-cut, well-defined work environments do not want to work in uncertain environments where there are no hierarchies or predetermined channels of communication
67. Riemann suggested that the zeroes of the zeta function all lie on a well-defined straight line
68. When you have a well-defined trading strategy, you will execute your trade according to your rules
69. So while the price has swung above and below a well-defined midpoint as expected, the upswings and downswings have become more exaggerated in each iteration; each time not breaking into a significant uptrend or downtrend but triggering the stop orders that were placed as protection against such trends developing
70. In the period from 28 January to 28 February, the Barclays Bank share price oscillated in a well-defined range from 83p (a support level) to 120p (a resistance level)
71. After all, most of us are saving and investing for a purpose, usually retirement, or some other well-defined future financial need
72. Later that year, sticking with my well-defined game plan, I selected Procter & Gamble, Reynolds Tobacco, and MGM
73. Strongly-marked horizontal eyebrows must be traced under that brow; then followed, naturally, a well-defined nose, with a straight ridge and full nostrils; then a flexible-looking mouth, by no means narrow; then a firm chin, with a decided cleft down the middle of it: of course, some black whiskers were wanted, and some jetty hair, tufted on the temples, and waved above the forehead
74. interest rate futures had well-defined and some of the more consistent seasonal patterns
75. We like to operate under the illusion that if we see something that is out-and-out unacceptable being done, that there's a clear rulebook and well-defined avenue to complain about it
76. If we suppose the amount of change between each horizontal line in our diagram to be excessively small, these three forms may still be only well-marked varieties; but we have only to suppose the steps in the process of modification to be more numerous or greater in amount, to convert these three forms into doubtful or at least into well-defined species: thus the diagram illustrates the steps by which the small differences distinguishing varieties are increased into the larger differences distinguishing species
77. To sum up, I believe that species come to be tolerably well-defined objects, and do not at any one period present an inextricable chaos of varying and intermediate links: first, because new varieties are very slowly formed, for variation is a slow process, and natural selection can do nothing until favourable individual differences or variations occur, and until a place in the natural polity of the country can be better filled by some modification of some one or more of its inhabitants
78. The Sirenia form a very distinct group of the mammals, and one of the most remarkable peculiarities in existing dugong and lamentin is the entire absence of hind limbs, without even a rudiment being left; but the extinct Halitherium had, according to Professor Flower, an ossified thigh-bone "articulated to a well-defined acetabulum in the pelvis," and it thus makes some approach to ordinary hoofed quadrupeds, to which the Sirenia are in other respects allied
79. Bring hither an Indian ignorant of our language, and show him European life, and our life, for several generations, and he will recognize the same leading, well-defined castes—of laborers and non-laborers—as there are in his own country
80. Upon evaporation, well-defined crystals of Epsom salts were formed
- I don't know her well enough to say as a friend. ...
- We were doing well but not quite well enough. ...
- We played well enough to get something. ...
- We know him not quite well enough.
- My own needs are provided for quite well enough.
Examples of enough in a Sentence
There's enough food for everyone. Adverb I couldn't run fast enough to catch up with her. She's old enough to know better. Are you rich enough to retire?
The time for that has now gone; and enough is enough. They have high bills for heat, light and power and when the rate demands arrive they say that enough is enough. I have to say firmly that enough is enough. After seven years of membership, enough is enough.What is sentence define with example? ›
a group of words, usually containing a verb, that expresses a thought in the form of a statement, question, instruction, or exclamation and starts with a capital letter when written: He's very impatient and always interrupts me mid-sentence. Your conclusion is good, but the final sentence is too long and complicated.What means well enough? ›
Definition of well enough
: an existing fairly satisfactory condition I should have let well enough alone— Louis Auchincloss unable to leave well enough alone.
We use well as an adverb when something is done to a good standard or in a good way: He drives very well.Would you be kind enough examples? ›
"Would you be so kind as to help me cross the road?" "Of course. May I take your hand?" "Would you be kind enough to bring me a pot of tea, please?"
Some common synonyms of enough are adequate, competent, and sufficient. While all these words mean "being what is necessary or desirable," enough is less exact in suggestion than sufficient.What's this word enough? ›
Enough is an adjective that describes something that is adequate for an intended purpose. Enough is also used as an adverb to mean sufficiently or fully. Enough also has senses as a pronoun and an interjection. Enough describes something as being adequate or sufficient.Which is enough for me meaning? ›
Sufficient to suit one's needs without needing to be perfect. I hope these snacks are good enough for our guests. This dress is good enough for me—I don't need anything fancy. See also: enough, for, good.
Being plentiful or more than enough in quantity. ample. abundant. liberal. plentiful.What are 5 examples of sentence? ›
- Joe waited for the train. "Joe" = subject, "waited" = verb.
- The train was late. ...
- Mary and Samantha took the bus. ...
- I looked for Mary and Samantha at the bus station. ...
- Mary and Samantha arrived at the bus station early but waited until noon for the bus.
Out of your two options, there is only one adverb: well. I can't play football well enough to be on your team. This house isn't protected well enough.What is another word for well enough? ›
- satisfactory. adjective. good enough to be accepted in a particular situation.
- adequate. adjective. good enough or large enough for a particular purpose.
- fine. adjective. ...
- acceptable. adjective. ...
- decent. adjective. ...
- respectable. adjective. ...
- reasonable. adjective. ...
- tolerable. adjective.
It is a discourse marker, helping to guide the conversation. Beginning a sentence with well can indicate that you are getting ready to answer a question, but are not quite done thinking through your answer. Or it can indicate a change in the course of the conversation.Did well in sentence? ›
I did well on the test. The reason being is that well is an adverb modifying the verb did. You use adverbs to make your verbs sound more colorful.What is well done an example of? ›
The definition of well done is performed with skill, or thoroughly cooked. An example of well done is a research paper that received a perfect score. An example of well done is a steak that has no redness or pinkness to it.Was kind enough in a sentence? ›
I was kind enough to accept your apology, thinking it would shut you up and you would move on to bother someone else.Is kind enough to meaning? ›
Definition of be kind enough
—used to make a request Would you be kind enough to show me the way?
1 To answer the question, this is enough.What type of adverb is enough? ›
|Adverb of degree||Modifying||Example|
|almost||verb||She has almost finished.|
|very||adverb||She is running very fast.|
|too||adverb||You are walking too slowly.|
|enough||adverb||You are running fast enough.|
1300, from Old English genog "sufficient in quantity or number," from Proto-Germanic compound *ganog "sufficient" (source also of Old Saxon ginog, Old Frisian enoch, Dutch genoeg, Old High German ginuog, German genug, Old Norse gnogr, Gothic ganohs).
The phrase “not enough” is obviously a negative form of that – and it shows that things are not satisfactory! For example: “There is not enough bread for the entire group to eat.” It is usually used to indicate that the level is less than satisfactory – it would not be used if it was in excess.Have just enough meaning? ›
It means exactly (or close to) the minimum required amount, but no more. For clarification, hardly sufficient actually means not sufficient, usually used to emphasise the not part.Why do people say I am enough? ›
“I am enough” means to accept your flaws whole-heartedly. Without self-acceptance, you will always be struggling with your identity. But when you know you are enough, you can finally be at peace with your flaws, imperfections, and mistakes.What is more than enough means? ›
proverb Having more of something than is required is excessive and unnecessary.How do you say more than enough? ›
Some common synonyms of plentiful are abundant, ample, and copious. While all these words mean "more than sufficient without being excessive," plentiful implies a great or rich supply.Can get enough of it meaning? ›
to like something very much and want a lot of it.What is 100 words in sentences? ›
How Many Sentences Is 100 Words? 100 words is about 5-7 sentences. A sentence typically has 15–20 words.
Five-word sentences are fine. But several together become monotonous. Listen to what is happening.What are sentences 4 examples? ›
- Declarative. A declarative sentence makes a declaration or a statement. ...
- Interrogative. An interrogative sentence asks a question. ...
- Imperative. An imperative sentence issues a command or a request to the reader directly. ...
A five sentence paragraph consists of a main idea sentence, three sentences that explain the main idea with reasons, details or facts and a concluding sentence.How many sentences is 25 words? ›
How Many Sentences Is 25 Words? 25 words is about 1-2 sentences. A sentence typically has 15–20 words.What are the 12 sentences? ›
- Present Simple. I do, I do do.
- Present Continuous. I am doing.
- Present Perfect. I have done.
- Present Perfect Continuous. I have been doing.
The rule of thumb is that good is an adjective and well is an adverb. Good modifies a noun; something can be or seem good. Well modifies a verb; an action can be done well. However, when you're talking about health, well can be used as an adjective.What word is enough? ›
Enough is an adjective that describes something that is adequate for an intended purpose. Enough is also used as an adverb to mean sufficiently or fully. Enough also has senses as a pronoun and an interjection. Enough describes something as being adequate or sufficient.What does well enough alone mean? ›
Definition of let well enough alone
: to stop changing something that is already good enough I never did learn to let well enough alone.
“I am enough” means to accept your flaws whole-heartedly. Without self-acceptance, you will always be struggling with your identity. But when you know you are enough, you can finally be at peace with your flaws, imperfections, and mistakes. What is this?
Definition of be kind enough
formal. —used to make a request Would you be kind enough to show me the way?