Thesaurus / aspect
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
We seek for the origin of the savage factor of myth in one aspect of the intellectual condition of savages.
MYTH, RITUAL, AND RELIGION, VOL. 1ANDREW LANG
It would, indeed, in one aspect be a relief to her now, if she were so ashamed of him as she had appeared to be that day.
A CHANGED MAN AND OTHER TALESTHOMAS HARDY
The doctor kept his countenance and checked a smile which might have escaped most people at the aspect of the man.
THE TWO BROTHERSHONORE DE BALZAC
The valley appears broad and hilly, and the vegetation assumes the aspect of the Hot Country.
UNKNOWN MEXICO, VOLUME 1 (OF 2)CARL LUMHOLTZ
In his leather clothes, and with his clanking sword ornament, his aspect carried the swagger of a brigand of old.
BRIGANDS OF THE MOONRAY CUMMINGS
They were tall, big men, but slow and heavy of speech and aspect.
THE WHITE SHIELDBERTRAM MITFORD
But this is only one aspect, and not the most important, of the doctrine of the three bodies.
HINDUISM AND BUDDHISM, VOLUME II. (OF 3)CHARLES ELIOT
An aspect obnoxious to the gaze will pour water on the fiercest fire.
CLEOPATRA, COMPLETEGEORG EBERS
He was able to obtain no aspect for the express order of the regent.
The English are the cause of any trouble they may have, and an Irish Parliament will totally change the aspect of things.
IRELAND AS IT ISROBERT JOHN BUCKLEY (AKA R.J.B.)
WORDS RELATED TO ASPECT
- be-all and end-all
- bottom line
- chief constituent
- main idea
- name of game
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