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Word: feature

Definition: distinctive part of the faces (as the eyes or mouth); features: overall appearance of the face; prominent or distinctive quality; prominent article; film; V: make prominent

Sentences Containing 'feature'

"Mrs. Rucastle seemed to me to be colourless in mind as well as in feature.
"Some ten or twelve, but none which present any feature of interest.
A feature included in many outlines is prefixing.
A feature that ran from 2006 was "Small Press".
A key feature in Helios is its distributed name system.
A lake is the landscape's most beautiful and expressive feature.
All four volumes feature Kohaku as the cover character.
Annie Award for Directing in a Feature Production
Apparently there is a`boom'in everything but that one dead feature.
Both areas feature a variety of businesses.
Facebook CEO Zuckerberg reported that this will remain a feature of the search feature, but that the advertising component has not been extended in the Graph Search feature.
Free Wesleyan Churches feature not only choirs, but brass bands.
He also appeared in the 2010 feature film "Summer Eleven".
In 1950, the crossword became a daily feature.
It has been proclaimed a natural heritage feature.
It is not a feature of village life, and can be found only in the cities, such as Nuku Ľalofa.
It later was released as a feature film in select foreign markets.
It reward directing for animated feature films.
It was built as a feature for the Hunters Creek development.
Its tower, dating from 1486, is its most prominent feature.
Jade appears in the novelizations of both feature films.
Most of the movements feature pairs of mensuration canons.
Most of the videos feature the characters Tim and Moby.
No single morphological feature has been found that completely diagnoses this genus.
Production of a feature film was commenced in March 2012.
selection, which feature added Wii controls.
The "Armillary" is a popular feature of the town.
The Arion feature continued its run until issue #62.
The centre portion of the effigy was to feature two lines on the shoulder.
The feature is well seen from the A66 road.
The last episode did not feature any female lead character.
The newspapers, as I remember them, were not a striking feature.
The only feature that still works is the web browser.
The seats were reversible, but that feature has been removed.
The stalker is the only model to feature iron sights.
There are currently no plans for this feature to return."
These feature hiking, rafting and playing games.
These teams feature the club nickname on both the home and away uniforms.
This feature has only recently been used on production cars.
This feature was also used in Multiview.
This is also a feature of outdoor marathons.
This remix is the only one to not feature a music video.
This second feature was incorporated into later variations of the Motorola 6845.
This study of values is a distinguishing feature of modern art.
This was Steve Martin's first starring role in a feature film.
Thought to be the strongest feature of Fly!
Thus, Saint Antoine in this vinous feature of his, until midday.
Where this is a disambiguating feature, Royal Mail terms this the "dependent locality".
Whereas, one is not interested in the girl; she is not the prominent feature of the legend.
``Just so, Lucien,''returned Morcerf;``you have described him feature for feature.

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