delineate in a sentence

Use delineate in a sentence

delineate;

Meaning: [verb]to describe or draw something carefully so that people can understand it; make borders between countries

All colours are sharply delineated from one another.

The white line delineates a parking lane.

The blue record delineates the beginning of each track segment.

A line of trees delineates the property boundaries.

Eritrea’s borders were delineated during the Italian colonial period.

Medieval defence walls with defence towers delineating the old city limits.

Article 16 delineates the rules of public campaign financing.

The smoking area has been clearly delineated by the university management.

The precise delineation of those borders must be negotiated.

Maps were then made to show the delineations between these temperature zones.