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feature ea"ture (?; 135), n. [oe. feture form, shape, feature, of. faiture fashion, make, fr. l. factura a making, formation, fr. facere, factum, to make. see feat, fact, and cf. facture.] 1. the make, form, or outward appearance of a person; the whole turn or style of the body; esp., good appearance. what needeth it his feature to descrive? cheated of feature by dissembling nature. 2. the make, cast, or appearance of the human face, and especially of any single part of the face; a lineament. (pl.) the face, the countenance. it is for homely features to keep home. 3. the cast or structure of anything, or of any part of a thing, as of a landscape, a picture, a treaty, or an essay; any marked peculiarity or characteristic; as, one of the features of the landscape. and to her service bind each living creature through secret understanding of their feature. 4. a form; a shape. [r.] so scented the grim feature, and upturned his nostril wide into the murky air.feature n 1. a prominent aspect of something: "the map showed roads and other features"; "generosity is one of his best characteristics" [syn: characteristic] 2. the characteristics parts of a person's face: eyes and nose and mouth and chin; "an expression of pleasure crossed his features"; "his lineaments were very regular" [syn: lineament] 3. the principal (full-length) film in a program at a movie theater; "the feature tonight is `casablanca'" [syn: feature film ] 4. a special or prominent article in a newspaper or magazine; "they ran a feature on retirement planning" [syn: feature article ] 5. an article of merchandise that is displayed or advertised more than other articles v 1: have as a feature; "this restaurant features the most famous chefs in france" [syn: have] [ant: miss] 2: wear or display in an ostentatious or proud manner; "she was sporting a new hat" [syn: sport, boast]   similar words(7) 

 it`s a feature  undocumented feature  double feature  that`s not a bug, that`s a feature!  feature key  distinctive feature  attractive feature 

Noun1. a prominent aspect of something; "the map showed roads and other features"; "generosity is one of his best characteristics" (synonym) characteristic (hypernym) property, attribute, dimension (hyponym) sex characteristic, sex character (derivation) have2. the characteristic parts of a person's face: eyes and nose and mouth and chin; "an expression of pleasure crossed his features"; "his lineaments were very regular" (synonym) lineament (hypernym) body part (hyponym) chin, mentum (part-holonym) face, human face (derivation) have3. the principal (full-length) film in a program at a movie theater; "the feature tonight is `Casablanca'" (synonym) feature film (hypernym) movie, film, picture, moving picture, moving-picture show, motion picture, motion-picture show, picture show, pic, flick (hyponym) Western, horse opera4. a special or prominent article in a newspaper or magazine; "they ran a feature on retirement planning" (synonym) feature article (hypernym) article (part-holonym) newspaper, paper (derivation) sport, boast5. an article of merchandise that is displayed or advertised more than other articles (hypernym) merchandise, wares, product (hyponym) drawing card, loss leader, leader (derivation) sport, boastVerb1. have as a feature; "This restaurant features the most famous chefs in France" (synonym) have (hyponym) wear (verb-group) have, have got, hold (derivation) lineament2. wear or display in an ostentatious or proud manner; "she was sporting a new hat" (synonym) sport, boast (hypernym) have

characteristic: cáilidheachtfeatures: gnúis, f.; cruth, m.

Ardebed = n. the face, feature

beauty.

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food, beer and sex

contemptible person

1. A good property or behaviour (as of a program). whether it was intended or not is immaterial.2. An intended property or behaviour (as of a program). whether it is good or not is immaterial (but if bad, it is also a misfeature).3. A surprising property or behaviour; in particular, one that is purposely inconsistent because it works better that way - such an inconsistency is therefore a feature and not a bug. this kind of feature is sometimes called a miswart.4. A property or behaviour that is gratuitous or unnecessary, though perhaps also impressive or cute. for example, one feature of Common lisp's "format" function is the ability to print numbers in two different Roman-numeral formats (see bells, whistles, and gongs).5. A property or behaviour that was put in to help someone else but that happens to be in your way.6. A bug that has been documented. To call something a feature sometimes means the author of the program did not consider the particular case, and that the program responded in a way that was unexpected but not strictly incorrect. A standard joke is that a bug can be turned into a feature simply by documenting it (then theoretically no one can complain about it because it's in the manual), or even by simply declaring it to be good. "That's not a bug, that's a feature!" is a common catch-phrase. apparently there is a volkswagen beetle in san francisco whose license plate reads "FEATURE".See also feetch feetch, creeping featurism, wart, green lightning.The relationship among bugs, features, misfeatures, warts and miswarts might be clarified by the following hypothetical exchange between two hackers on an airliner:A: "This seat doesn't recline."B: "That's not a bug, that's a feature. there is an emergency exit door built around the window behind you, and the route has to be kept clear."A: "Oh. then it's a misfeature; they should have increased the spacing between rows here."B: "Yes. but if they'd increased spacing in only one section it would have been a wart - they would've had to make nonstandard-length ceiling panels to fit over the displaced seats."A: "A miswart, actually. If they increased spacing throughout they'd lose several rows and a chunk out of the profit margin. So unequal spacing would actually be the right Thing."B: "Indeed.""Undocumented feature" is a common euphemism for a bug.7. An attribute or function of a class in Eiffel.[Jargon File](1995-10-22)

n. 1. [common] A good property or behavior (as of a program). whether it was intended or not is immaterial. 2. [common] An intended property or behavior (as of a program). whether it is good or not is immaterial (but if bad, it is also a misfeature). 3. A surprising property or behavior; in particular, one that is purposely inconsistent because it works better that way -- such an inconsistency is therefore a feature and not a bug. this kind of feature is sometimes called a miswart; see that entry for a classic example. 4. A property or behavior that is gratuitous or unnecessary, though perhaps also impressive or cute. for example, one feature of common lisp's format function is the ability to print numbers in two different Roman-numeral formats (see bells whistles and gongs). 5. A property or behavior that was put in to help someone else but that happens to be in your way. 6. [common] A bug that has been documented. To call something a feature sometimes means the author of the program did not consider the particular case, and that the program responded in a way that was unexpected but not strictly incorrect. A standard joke is that a bug can be turned into a feature simply by documenting it (then theoretically no one can complain about it because it's in the manual), or even by simply declaring it to be good. "That's not a bug, that's a feature!" is a common catchphrase. see also feetch feetch, creeping featurism, wart, green lightning.The relationship among bugs, features, misfeatures, warts, and miswarts might be clarified by the following hypothetical exchange between two hackers on an airliner:A: "This seat doesn't recline."B: "That's not a bug, that's a feature. there is an emergency exit door built around the window behind you, and the route has to be kept clear."A: "Oh. then it's a misfeature; they should have increased the spacing between rows here."B: "Yes. but if they'd increased spacing in only one section it would have been a wart -- they would've had to make nonstandard-length ceiling panels to fit over the displaced seats."A: "A miswart, actually. If they increased spacing throughout they'd lose several rows and a chunk out of the profit margin. So unequal spacing would actually be the right Thing."B: "Indeed."`Undocumented feature' is a common, allegedly humorous euphemism for a bug. there's a related joke that is sometimes referred to as the "one-question geek test". you say to someone "I saw a volkswagen beetle today with a vanity license plate that read FEATURE". If he/she laughs, he/she is a geek (see computer geek, sense 2).

the primary feature of the wreck site is the largest surviving hull section. this may be the entire hull, or only one section of several. In the event of multiple surviving sections, once a section has been designated the primary feature, all other features are designated as secondary features if they are located at least 5 meters clear of other hull sections. isolated pieces of machinery, anchors, armaments, etc., if clear by the same distance, may also be considered secondary features.

Feature may refer to:Feature (archaeology), any dug, built, or dumped evidence of human activityFeature (Computer vision), could be an edge, corner or blobFeature (CAD), could be a hole, pocket, or notchFeatures (pattern recognition), in statistics, individual measurable properties of the phenomena being observedFeature data, in geographic information systems, comprises information about an entity with a geographic locationA feature story is an article in a periodical that is meant to take an in-depth look at issues behind a news storyFeature (linguistics)Distinctive feature, the most basic unit of structure that can be analyzed by phonetics and phonologyFeature film, a film intended initial distribution in theaters

details and aspects of a product that describe or set it apart from similar products e.g. spin speed or 1500 revs per minute on a washing machine; sell benefits not features.

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Word analysis of feature

Length7
Vocalsfeature
Consonantsfeature
MD5518a4861e5be74863a6b65010bde3986
SHA14b7615dce52c4c05ce4e1d374e9c61a13717ac7c