Thesaurus / distinctive feature
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He did not, however, make his distinctive feature as distinct as he should have done.
LUCK OR CUNNINGSAMUEL BUTLER
But the most distinctive feature of the class is a less obvious feature, namely, the structure of the tongue.
Sir, this distinctive feature characterized all your legislation, and all executive recommendations, down to 1810.
Undoubtedly much of the brilliant wit of the "John Bull" had evaporated, in losing its distinctive feature.
The distinctive feature of the Spanish-Jewish culture was its comprehensiveness.
It reaches a height of forty feet or more, and forms a distinctive feature of the scenery.
THE PEARL OF INDIAMATURIN M. BALLOU
In addition to the enormous quantity used, a distinctive feature of Renaissance ornaments is the preference shown for colour.
JEWELLERYH. CLIFFORD SMITH,
But to say this is to overlook the distinctive feature of the present situation regarding prohibition in the United States.
This great forest is quite the distinctive feature of Southern Morocco.
MOROCCOS.L. BENSUSAN
Here is a distinctive feature, which we vainly seek in any Heathen faith professed upon earth.