Usage examples for features

  1. It was too dark to make out his features at all clearly, but she was sure she had seen him before or somebody that looked very much like him. – Wyoming, a Story of the Outdoor West by William MacLeod Raine
  2. Then a shadow of doubt crossed his smiling features. – The Law-Breakers by Ridgwell Cullum
  3. By this time Rose had come to understand the features of the situation. – Hoosier Mosaics by Maurice Thompson
  4. You certainly took a different view of the situation when we determined its main features in London." – The Wheel O' Fortune by Louis Tracy
  5. A sudden smile lit up the features of Joe Smith. – Pearl and Periwinkle by Anna Graetz
  6. " If it wasn't for- for some features of this business of yours," he went on, " I'd say there wouldn't be the slightest trouble." – The Deluge by David Graham Phillips
  7. Then she put her own features straight behind her handkerchief and went on. – The Pool in the Desert by Sara Jeanette Duncan
  8. The man was his double: features, expression, clothes; all were the same. – Adventures of Bindle by Herbert George Jenkins
  9. The smile still played about his ugly features as he chose a cigarette. – Charles Rex by Ethel M. Dell
  10. And, he now distinctly remembered, the girl who had waited upon him was dark, with a Spanish cast of features. – Starr, of the Desert by B. M Bower
  11. What features give to the bear his great strength? – Ontario Teachers' Manuals: Nature Study by Ontario Ministry of Education
  12. But as the hounds ran on, south and west, he began to recognise familiar features. – Mount Music by E. Oe. Somerville and Martin Ross
  13. Who was that creature who appeared before me bearing my features? – Child of a Century, v3 by Alfred de Musset
  14. The leading features of his character were courage and intense earnestness. – A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature by John W. Cousin
  15. Now what are these features? – A Candid Examination of Theism by George John Romanes
  16. I shall therefore, before drawing this chapter to a close, give a brief account of its principal features. – The Voyage of the Vega round Asia and Europe, Volume I and Volume II by A.E. Nordenskieold
  17. From his features, he might have been thought a Spaniard- from his complexion, an East Indian; but he had a peculiar cast of countenance, which seemed not to belong to either nation. – Tales & Novels, Vol. IX [Contents: Harrington; Thoughts on Bores; Ormond] by Maria Edgeworth
  18. The face of young Mowbray was strange with emotion, pale but brilliant- eyed, his long features bending to her. – Red Fleece by Will Levington Comfort