distinguishing characteristic

  1. an odd or unusual characteristic
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How To Use distinguishing characteristic In A Sentence

  • The most distinguishing characteristics of this soil type are the illuviation of clay in the B horizon, moderate to high concentrations of base cations, and light-colored surface horizons. Soil
  • Food used to be one of the most distinguishing characteristics of a civilization.
  • Three prominent horns and a large frill at the back of the skull are the distinguishing characteristics of Triceratops.
  • His mildness and patience were particularly distinguishing characteristics.
  • The melodies of most composers have distinguishing characteristics which make them instantly identifiable.
  • The notion was not even entertained that an equilibrium between contending forces might set in, that the subsequent evolution of both contenders under the impact of this equilibrium could alter their distinguishing characteristics and therefore outmode the original Leninist theorems. Interpretations of American History
  • The distinguishing characteristic of this species is the extremely bullate leaves.
  • One of the distinguishing characteristics of the Native Baptist church is immersion baptism.
  • In a party with its cliques and cabals, his distinguishing characteristic is that he has always had an independent streak, looking out for himself and refusing to rely on others.
  • If so, this peculiar morphologic feature is another distinguishing characteristic of this genus.
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