- n. Plural form of characterization.
“And about 90% of them say Avatar is a rousing spectacle with a vapid, recyled plot, thin characterizations, and cliched dialogue.”
“The novel has sharply incisive passages, but Haigh's thin characterizations don't quite live up to the promise of the clever, intricate premise.”
“Adding to the depth of the characterizations is both sides have good and bad members with their ethics being extremely complex.”
“CONS: The action sometimes occurs at the expense of believability; main characterizations seem thrown in as an afterthought.”
“The one exception to bland characterizations is Prince Pelio.”
“The version that passed dropped the pejorative characterizations and the mandate and stuck with a survey.”
“Race and intelligence are single word characterizations of properties that are likely to be determined by a large number of genes.”
“That said, I did think the characterizations were a little one-dimensional, and would have liked people to vary from their assigned roles as heroes and villains a little more.”
“The characterizations were a bit extreme and that, too, may feed criticisms in this regard.”
“There are female characters, and while the characterizations are a bit clunky at times, they actually have brains and participate in the action.”
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