Synonyms for Definite:

adj.

absolute (adjective)
indubitable, consummate, positive, perfect, certain, utter, categorical, absolute, supreme, unqualified, undeniable, sure, unmitigated, unrestricted, complete, unequivocal, unconditional, conclusive.
affirmative (adjective)
insistent, declarative, assertive, sure, certain, predicative, positive, affirmative, categorical.
categorical (adjective)
typical, unconditional, categorical, absolute, sure, flat, undeniable, unqualified, unequivocal, denominational, certain, indubitable, outright.
certain (adjective)
indisputable, assured, trusting, confident, set, indubitable, incontrovertible, Irrefragable, steadfast, undeniable, convinced, unequivocal, undoubted, absolute, sure, decisive, incontestable, irrefutable, certain, positive, clear, veritable, decided, unmistakable, doubtless, patent, unquestionable.
clarion (adjective)
ringing.
exact, clear (adjective)
clear-cut, precise, straightforward, fixed, unmistakable, well-grounded, particular, visible, downright, audible, unequivocal, express, distinct, obvious, distinguishable, positive, plain, explicit, sharp, complete, marked, ringing, tangible, crisp, unambiguous, vivid, pronounced, severe, graphic, palpable, categorical, determined, specific, well-defined, bold, minute.
finite (adjective)
limited.
fixed, certain, positive (adjective)
decided, convinced, limited, restricted, assured, settled, set, determinate, defined, sure.
perfect (adjective)
perfect.
positive (adjective)
constructive, beneficial, affirmative, positive, indisputable, optimistic, inevitable, absolute, explicit.
precise (adjective)
correct, clear-cut, precise, proper, accurate, strict, rigorous, meticulous, exact, right.
sharp (adjective)
sharp.
special (adjective)
hallmark, discriminating, specific, individual, different, distinguishing, special, particular, keynote, specialized, idiosyncratic, characteristic, quirky, feature, peculiar, precise.
true (adjective)
gospel, certain, right, honest, authentic, absolute, proven, factual, axiomatic, veracious, true.

n.

firm, unimpeachable, objective, bounded, determinate, obscure, explicit, well-defined, definitely, indefinite, realistic, fixed, hard-and-fast, restricted, formal, express, determined, unerring, limited. marked, unquestioning, satisfied, vivid, straightforward, sharp, audible, unfalteringly, distinguishable, tangible, plain, minute, unambiguous, severe, ringing, visible, confused, bold, clear-cut, graphic, crisp, vague, obvious, well-grounded, palpable, downright. colloquial, Gibbering, halting, flatly, imperative, Brokenly, fluent, bantering. pronounced. definite (noun)
formed, certain, decided, distinct, settled, defined, decisive.

Other synonyms:

flatly, determinate, bantering, Gibbering, unquestioning, satisfied, colloquial, definitely, well-grounded, obvious, Brokenly, objective. hard-and-fast, unambiguous. fixed. fluent, limited. conspicuous
pronounced.
definite
firm.
distinct
sharp, vivid, well-defined, distinct.
explicit
express.
express
explicit.
obvious
plain.
perceptible
tangible.
prominent
bold.
vivid
graphic.
Other relevant words:
formal, determinate, unambiguous, colloquial, visible, pronounced, clear-cut, Gibbering, obvious, unerring, firm, express, well-grounded, graphic, audible, minute, vivid, sharp, restricted, unquestioning, crisp, distinct, realistic, plain, explicit, satisfied, limited, palpable, formed, distinguishable, fixed, bold, severe, tangible, defined, straightforward, determined, well-defined, ringing, bantering, Brokenly, unimpeachable, downright, settled, flatly, marked, inevitable, definitely.

Usage examples for definite

  1. " I have a definite interest in cats, but not in this one. – The Egyptian Cat Mystery by Harold Leland Goodwin
  2. If you will call here at four o'clock to- morrow afternoon, I shall be able to give you a definite answer." – My Strangest Case by Guy Boothby
  3. When things became more settled, definite off times were arranged. – Fanny Goes to War by Pat Beauchamp