Definite and Vague
Opposite meaning words
Definite adjective - Having distinct or certain limits.
Usage example: there should be a definite scope to your paper on the campaign for women's rights because you obviously cannot cover the whole history in five pages
Vague adjective - Not expressed in precise terms.
Usage example: gave as vague a reply as he could, hoping not to give away the surprise
Both words in one sentence
- Ultima Underworld and its sequel have a system similar to BaK above, except they show vague descriptions of condition instead of definite percentages.
Source: Breakable Weapons
- Basically, a witness gives a vague and more or less useless description, with the only definite clues being ultimately irrelevant (or at least apparently unhelpful).
Source: Suspect Is Hatless
- Vague Age: None of the characters in this game have a definite age.
Source: Video Game / Don't Starve
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