lineament (n.) Old form(s): liniament, lyniaments
line, feature, characteristic, attribute
AYL I.ii.41[Rosalind to Celia] Fortune reigns ... not in the lineaments of Nature
AYL III.v.56[Rosalind as Ganymede to Silvius, of Phebe] she sees herself more proper / Than any of her lineaments can show her
MA V.i.14[Leonato to Antonio] In every lineament, branch, shape, and form
MV III.iv.15[Portia to Lorenzo, of good friends] There must be needs a like proportion / Of lineaments, of manners, and of spirit
R3 III.v.90[Richard to Buckingham, of King Edward's lack of resemblance to his father, York] Which well appeared in his lineaments
R3 III.vii.12[Buckingham to Richard] I did infer your lineaments, / Being the right idea of your father
RJ I.iii.84[Lady Capulet to Juliet, of Paris] Examine every married lineament
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