characterization[ kar-ik-ter-uh-zey-shuhn, -truh-zey- ]SEE DEFINITION OF characterization
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHARACTERIZATION
His red slave's wig is thus made a feature in the characterization.
The characterization of Othello in the rest of this scene is anything but happy.
The very power of the characterization makes the traitress hateful.
His puppets no longer interest him; he is careless of characterization.
This characterization is perhaps extreme, but the danger to which it refers is all too frequent.
The characterization of the oratorio, however, is thoroughly pertinent and complete.
Hunt, Leigh, his characterization of the "Divine Comedy," 70.
And Ganz let out a chuckle at the success of his own characterization.
The short story consists of setting, characterization, and narrative.
There is no likeness of plot, characterization, action or diction.