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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FEATURES

She gazed on his features as he slept; and was left to sorrow alone.

They say that he paints not merely a man's features, but his mind and heart.

What if Remorse should assume the features of an injured friend?

To some features of the Bill he was opposed, but was in favor of its principle.

In some features, one of the most unusual I have seen since I have been practicing law.

His usual vacuity of expression was cast off like a mask and alarm twisted his features.

Then, as she listened, quick interest touched her features to a new life.

Garson paused, and the set despair of his features lightened a little.

The features in Falstaff which are so harped upon, are to me the features of the original model.

After two hours' climb, the features of the landscape change.

WORD ORIGIN

"parts of the visible body" (especially the face), c.1300, from feature (n.).

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FEATURES

countenance

nounappearance, usually of the face
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