aspect[ as-pekt ]SEE DEFINITION OF aspect
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ASPECT
The first aspect of Rotterdam is strongly in favour of the people.
Hawarden is called a Castle, but it has not, either in its exterior or interior, the aspect of a Castle.
The works of Dædalus are described by Pausanias as rude and uncomely in aspect.
Garson contrived to present an aspect of comparative indifference.
Alike as to formation, aspect, and climate, the Causses are unique in France.'
His waistcoat was red, and he wore knee-breeches, but his aspect was flustered.
In harvest time the aspect of the country must be one of extreme richness.
But this spiteful idea could not be sustained in face of the aspect she had now assumed.
Then why—if I am to believe you—have assumed the aspect of guilt, which you certainly have done?
And yet perhaps the truer the aspect the stranger it would be.