Sentence for feature | Use feature in a sentence

Sentence using the word feature. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use feature in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for feature.

  • She has a wonderful play of feature! (4)
  • That last is the redeeming feature. (16)
  • He became a tranquil feature in the scene. (2)
  • Feature to some excess, you think, distinguishes her. (10)
  • What educational work was the feature of his later years? (3)
  • The feature of the feast was unquestionably the red mullet. (8)
  • It appears to me a most perfect resemblance in every feature. (4)
  • She sat in an agony of impatience which affected every feature. (4)
  • I call your attention to the crowning feature of our side-show. (21)
  • She beheld what fixed her to the spot and agitated every feature. (4)
  • I see that it shows its best feature, but is it the nobler for that? (10)
  • Emilia changed from a look of quiet opposition to gentleness of feature. (10)
  • So far as he could tell there was no feature of him which need inspire dislike. (8)
  • As for the Hôtel de la Navigation, I think it is the worst feature of the place. (2)
  • To it we owe the concerted Finale which is such a feature of modern grand opera. (3)
  • It stood edgeways within, desirous of avoiding a challenge to show every feature. (10)
  • If I can think of a fitting fable for them Fulkerson will feature it in Every Other Week. (9)
  • The angry emotions which had marked every feature when we last parted were partially subdued. (4)
  • Like every similar entertainment in Hungary, speech-making was a great feature of the dinner. (20)
  • A remarkable feature of the crude and primitive civilization of the Americans was their religion. (7)
  • She stood without changing a feature; as in a darkness, holding to the one thing she was sure of. (10)
  • One hand was in his buttoned coat; the other hung elegantly loose: not a feature betrayed emotion. (10)
  • A feature of the small house which is neglected too much is the installation of built-in furniture. (17)
  • But it must have appeared that its most characteristic feature was the absence of everybody he knew. (9)
  • His complexion became pale with anger, and the disturbance of his mind was visible in every feature. (4)
  • I remembered having noticed a similarity of feature in some of the portraits in the different rooms. (10)
  • It is a fact, Richie, that I do want to show you the bird for luck, and as a feature of the country. (10)
  • Faults she had once as she learnt to run and tumbled: Faults of feature some see, beauty not complete. (10)
  • No feature of the side-show is more keenly relished in the country towns than the Punch and Judy show. (21)
  • A strange feature of the exercise of the invisible agent is that it generates only for commercial purposes. (21)
  • This led to the remarkable activity in the production of sacred music which is such a feature of that period. (3)
  • I could as soon swim in that torrent or leap the mountain as repeat what she spoke, or sketch a feature of her. (10)
  • He, however, far from being softened, as he grew aware of her sweetness of feature, waxed violent and insulting. (10)
  • Poor duty is done by the simple sense of moral worth, to supplant that absence of feature in the plain flat back. (10)
  • She stands in her unholy oily leer A statue losing feature, weather-sick Mid draggled creepers of twined ivy sere. (10)
  • This, the most noticeable feature of yellow journalism, is indicative rather of its character than of its purpose. (16)
  • Vastly developed by the growth of orchestral resources, it is the distinguishing feature of the modern music drama. (3)
  • Her person was rather good; her face not unpretty; but neither feature, nor air, nor voice, nor manner, were elegant. (4)
  • A third looked a sturdy soldier, squareset and hard of feature, for whom beauties of scenery had few awakening charms. (10)
  • Jealous and I am afraid that the kindling of that one feature of love relighted the fire of her passion thus fervidly. (10)
  • He would have it a feature of the district; and it had been deepened and extended; up rose the springs, many ran the ducts. (10)
  • It had no beauty, nor was there any notable feature, save the old castle overhead with its fifty quintals of brand-new Madonna. (2)
  • In order to eliminate this disagreeable feature, all masonry walls are furred on the interior before the lath and plaster is applied. (17)
  • A moment her body waned, The light of her sprang and sank: Then she looked at the sun, she regained Clear feature, and she breathed deep. (10)
  • The expression on it was strange to Soames, the eyes shone and stared, and every feature was alive with a sort of wretched scorn and anger. (8)
  • The following is given as the scale: [Music] The principal feature of Hindoo music is the melody and rhythm, the latter being very complicated. (3)
  • One feature which attracted the notice and remarks of the entire deputation was a small pig, which had been stuffed and roasted, standing on all fours. (18)

Also see sentences for: aspect, attribute, characteristic, peculiarity, trait.

Definition of feature:

  • feature, ft’r, n. the marks by which anything is recognised: the prominent traits of anything: the cast of the face: (_pl._) the countenance. | v.t. (_coll._) to have features resembling. | adjs. feat’ured, with features well marked; feat’ureless, destitute of distinct features; feat’urely, handsome. (0)

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