traits

[ treyt; British also trey ]SEE DEFINITION OF traits

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Now what other personage is there in Shakespeare who shows these traits or some of them?

Jaques is only sketched in with light strokes, but all his traits are peculiarly Hamlet's traits.

Finally, and surely not the least notable of American traits, is public spirit.

But incisive native writing about American traits is not lacking.

They are not all like this, but one or other of these traits predominates in different individuals.

The traits of their character are reflected in their sexual life.

Shrewd, wise, ambitious, and haughty—with these traits she richly endowed her son.

By this time he had forgotten the traits that had impressed him less pleasantly.

What traits is it likely to encourage in them for better and for worse?

I tried to invest her with all the "traits" of that "canaille" multitude I hated.

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