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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlineamentlin‧e‧a‧ment /ˈlɪniəmənt/ noun [countable usually plural] formal  1 CHARACTER OF somethinga feature of your face2 CHARACTER OF somethinga typical quality
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lineamentI recognized those haggard lineaments, those eroded temples.Imagery of the Lake District has been used to analyse the lineament pattern of the region.In tracing the lineaments of his own sensibility, he has the key to understanding everyone else.No longer is it ill defined: it is marked with the lineaments of his character.The invisible writing, the lineaments of me, which had been there beneath the surface all the time, became manifest.
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