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decided

adjective de·cid·ed

: clear and definite : easy to notice

Full Definition of DECIDED

1
:  unquestionable <a decided advantage>
2
:  free from doubt or wavering <has decided ideas on politics>
de·cid·ed·ly adverb
de·cid·ed·ness noun
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Examples of DECIDED

  1. <a decided hint of perfume on her skin>

First Known Use of DECIDED

1790
DECIDED Defined for Kids

decided

adjective de·cid·ed \di-ˈsī-dəd\

Definition of DECIDED for Kids

1
:  unmistakable <The older students had a decided advantage.>
2
:  free from doubt <“That's enough about lessons,” the Gryphon interrupted in a very decided tone … — Lewis Carroll, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland>
de·cid·ed·ly adverb <a decidedly French accent>

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