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Descriptive Writing: Definition, Techniques & Examples

Definition of Descriptive Writing

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Definition of Descriptive Writing. Take some time to think about the differences between a short and a long conversation that you've had with someone about a specific event. Chances are that the short conversation lacked details and got straight to the point.

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DEFINITION OF DESCRIPTIVE WRITING. DESCRIPTIVE WRITING is the clear description of people, places, objects, or events using appropriate details. An effective description will contain. sufficient and varied elaboration of details to communicate a sense of the. subject being described.

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"A description is an arrangement of properties, qualities, and features that the author must pick (choose, select), but the art lies in the order of their release—visually, audibly, conceptually—and consequently in the order of their interaction, including the social standing of every word. Descriptive definition, having the quality of describing; characterized by description: a descriptive passage in an essay. See more.

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a talent for descriptive writing. a poem full of descriptive detail. Definition of descriptive for English Language Learners: giving information about how something or someone looks, sounds, etc.: using words to describe what something or someone is like. Descriptive writing is a type of writing that gives clear and concise description of a place, people, object or an event. The primary objective of descriptive writing is to frame an image of the place, people or thing in the minds of readers through sufficient details and allow them to feel that thing through their five senses.