Definitions

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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of feature.
  • noun Plural form of feature.

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Examples

  • We oppose a socialization that has features, -- I will say no more, -- has _features_ of generous breadth and promise, that are the best fruition of many countries and centuries.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 11, No. 67, May, 1863

  • : It will receive many reviews for several reasons, including the fact that it's the smallest Wi-Fi gateway (when you include its built-in power supply); it's the only one to stream audio in the particular way it does; it includes several interesting features in one wrapper; it's relatively cheap for any two of its four unique set features*.

    Wi-Fi Networking News

  • : It will receive many reviews for several reasons, including the fact that it's the smallest Wi-Fi gateway (when you include its built-in power supply); it's the only one to stream audio in the particular way it does; it includes several interesting features in one wrapper; it's relatively cheap for any two of its four unique set features*.

    Wi-Fi Networking News

  • : It will receive many reviews for several reasons, including the fact that it's the smallest Wi-Fi gateway (when you include its built-in power supply); it's the only one to stream audio in the particular way it does; it includes several interesting features in one wrapper; it's relatively cheap for any two of its four unique set features*.

    Wi-Fi Networking News

  • So that's my solution - 1 really says that A enjoys e if it is wrong, taking into account all the normatively relevant features of e into account * except A's reactions, if those are wrong / right-making features*.

    PEA Soup

  • It's in the $12 ballpark and the label features a colourful, modernist depiction of a castle.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • It's in the $12 ballpark and the label features a colourful, modernist depiction of a castle.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • The title features a weight-activated controller, called the Wii Balance Board, on which gamers stand to tackle various challenges.

    Nintendo Sets Launch of Wii Fit Game

  • Do you recognize any terrain features from the map?

    Chirichingo, Luis G.

  • Do you recognize any terrain features from the map?

    Shepard, Vernon C.

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  • Feel free to use this word to talk about, or ask for, Wordie features.

    October 15, 2007

  • One feature that is nice is "posts since my last visit", sorted by word. Perhaps other standard methods of searching, such as, "Words commented in the last day", etc., would be easier to do in short run, since that wouldn't be user dependent.

    October 15, 2007

  • Great ideas, seanahan!

    October 15, 2007

  • Yeah, that is a great idea seanahan. On the list.

    Just added autocomplete to the search box on every page. It returns up to 10 results, and updates them as you type. You can scroll through the suggestions with the arrow keys, or select them with the mouse.

    I'm finding this pretty useful. Really shows how many misspellings are in Wordie -- I'm going to start tagging those as I find them, I think.

    October 15, 2007

  • Once again--thanks, John!

    October 15, 2007

  • John, I just happened to notice on Facebook that you mentioned ads? Would that be as in advertisements?

    edit ah, question answered by available evidence. :)

    October 16, 2007

  • Is it just me, or is Wordie starting to look like Flickr, but without as many photos?

    October 16, 2007

  • John, do you have any plans for allowing us to organize our own lists in ways other than chronological--say, alphabetically? Just a thought.

    October 16, 2007

  • Here's an interesting cautionary tale from Hopeless Geek.

    October 17, 2007

  • Sorting by alpha is already there, rt!

    *is shocked to know something about wordie that the famous rt does not*

    It's right under the list title, to the right.

    October 17, 2007