- When you have a conversation with someone that is about something substantive and more important than just idle chat, this is an example of a conversation that would be described as meaningful.
- When someone gives you a present that has value and that you truly appreciate, this is an example of a meaningful gift.
- When someone gives you a glance that communicates a message to you, this is an example of a meaningful glance.
The definition of meaningful is something that has a purpose, that is important or that has value.
- Having meaning, function, or purpose: a meaningful discussion.
- Showing or conveying meaning, especially without words: a meaningful glance.
(comparative more meaningful, superlative most meaningful)
meaning +"Ž -ful
- In its "Vision 2010" Strategy, Philips emphasizes that it is a "people-centric company" that strives to consistently deliver their brand of "sense and simplicity" products, improving the quality of life through meaningful innovations.
- It is logical and only right to thank people for gifts, cards, charitable donations and practical acts of support, but for some it is as important to thank someone for the meaningful and much appreciated psychological support they offered.
- By answering these questions, you'll be able to choose an appropriate and meaningful gift that relates directly to the individual recipient, rather than just a generic farming-themed gift that may not be suitable for their preferences.
- Once both parties have moved on, because they were able to work together even as they moved apart, they will be able to recover and find a meaningful relationship elsewhere with a new symbol to represent their new love and commitment.
- Obviously many submissions are sexual or criminal in nature, but other secrets include secret confessions of love or hate, as well as other deeply meaningful comments about life, and lessons that we learn as we travel through it.