trait

[ treyt; British also trey ]SEE DEFINITION OF trait

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TRAIT

It is a trait, moreover, which finds expression in almost everything he wrote.

As one trait disappeared, no other trait sprung up to take its place.

No catalogue of American qualities and defects can exclude the trait of individualism.

It was this trait in my character which led to the incident I am about to tell you of.

The trait of which I am speaking, I replied, may be also seen in the dog, and is remarkable in the animal.

In this trait, as in several others, he seems to have resembled Robespierre.

This is a trait of Spartan character rather than of Athenian.

The lightkeeper made no comment on this trait in his character.

This trait also shows forth the general thoughtlessness of the Negro.

Then she was not a lady by birth; that trait is quite sufficient to decide the point.

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