from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A letter or character.
- n. A magical symbol.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A distinctive mark; a character; a letter or sign. [Obs.] See character.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A character; a distinctive mark.
- n. A magical sign or emblem.
But the LeBron James who emerged this summer was a different charact er inscrutable, attention-grabby and mysteriously tone deaf, speaking of himself in the third person and gabbing to Larry King as Kobe battled Boston.
Naturally Thin has begun to show you how to eliminate your food noise, be present, not beat yourself up, and truly do what you can do in your life -- no one else's and no ficticious tv or book charact ...
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The impetus was to come up with an acceptable definition that excluded Adrian Monk, Jessica Fletcher, Jesus, and Bill Gates will still including non-traditional charact…
Raymond was much younger, and they're interesting -- interesting charact -- wonderful characters.
To appreciate how deficient the Spaniard was, you must compare his plot devices and charact - erizations with those of Goethe and Eugene O'Neill.
If you know where you want your semicolons from the start then just use a char - acter that you don't plan on using elsewhere in the file (like the '@' charact - er) and place them where you desire.
The following charact was found in a linen purse belonging to a murderer named Jackson, who died in Chichester jail in February, 1749.
Si je n'en ai point profits, je l'attribue moins ` a son charact ` ere qu '` a son genre de vie.
I watched "All My Children" every day fo, r two weeks and never saw the actor or the charact, er's nam, e an, ywhere in the credits.