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definite (adjective), more definite, most definite
Pertaining to something in explicit, clear, rational terms: After much deliberation, the Board of Directors gave their definite response to the question from one of the employees: "Do not do it!"
When something is definite, then it is unambiguous, exact, or undeniable.
definite (DEF uh nit) (adjective)
Clear and unmistakable; precise: Lamar's statement was definite and left no room for any misunderstanding.
definitive (di FIN i tiv) (adjective)
Authoritative and exhaustive: This definitive life of Keats leaves nothing for future biographers; it is the final word on the subject.
The definitive biography of the author’s life was definite in its statement that she had lived in the Far North of Canada.
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