characteristic

[ kar-ik-tuh-ris-tik ]SEE DEFINITION OF characteristic

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHARACTERISTIC

The physique of the true fashionable is peculiar and characteristic.

But the most characteristic display of all is the "Cabinet."

The interview with the Sultan was the last, and was interesting and characteristic.

The poem is in four cantos, the first of which is the best, and the most characteristic of the author.

Perhaps, in that characteristic might be found a clue to the chief fault in his nature.

For once, he was revealing that fundamental egotism which is the characteristic of all his kind.

The reflection is manifestly Shakespeare's own, and here the form, too, is characteristic.

The lightness is no doubt as characteristic of Shakespeare as the impudent humour.

The third act is "spoiled, by the characteristic Shakespearean language."

No; nor is the dialect of speech: both are characteristic and national distinctions.

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