feature

[ fee-cher ]SEE DEFINITION OF feature

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FEATURE

His red slave's wig is thus made a feature in the characterization.

There is one feature of the regulation in question, however, that does pain us.

One feature of the "Monday Evenings" had, in the course of time, to be changed.

There was not the change of a feature in the face of the woman who listened to the accusation.

She had fine eyes and a fine complexion, yet no regularity of feature.

I described Bedr el Gemly as best I could, feature by feature.

A hardy old soldier, I should judge, from his feature and attire.'

Its expression was as visible as my hand in the sun, but no feature.

We therefore trust that this feature in the Magazine will be appreciated.

A feature of the book is the historical parallelism which runs through it.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FEATURE

loss leader

nounsomething sold at a loss
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