(1) This, she felt, was definite proof of Charlie's negative influence in Adam's behavior.(2) I have had the rare opportunity of seeing definite proof of this fact.(3) There is not a single object the existence of which we hesitate to accept until definite proofs are furnished.(4) Attempting to get that rune is definite , clear and utter suicide.(5) She was definite that no one from the Church had offered help.(6) On the topic of mass gatherings, Blackburn also notes that the student strike during creation/rehearsal time had a definite influence on the production.(7) Therefore, I would like to challenge all those clubs and organizations that go so far in promoting this type of discrimination to provide a clear and definite reason for doing so.(8) The photo you sent of yourself will be a definite asset to you.(9) There's a definite country influence that runs throughout the record, most obviously on ├ö├ç├┐Say It Ain't So├ö├ç├û.(10) ├ö├ç├┐This means it's not definite yet and that's a good sign,├ö├ç├û she said.(11) It is his sole hobby and he is definite that his future career lies in computers or electronics.(12) As a rule it will not be waged in a definite military-geographic area.(13) ├ö├ç├┐Angie's death is a possibility, Christopher, but it is not yet definite ,├ö├ç├û I insisted.(14) The uncertainty has been going on since February or March, and right through the summer we've been asking about what was going to happen, because we need to know, but without any definite answer.(15) They have a definite Brit-pop influence but much harder, at least live (i don't think the new album is as hard).(16) The interviewer is looking for evidence that you followed a definite lead that was planned, thought through properly and had long-term potential.