aspect has definitions from the field of grammar
[ noun ] a distinct feature or element in a problem




"he studied every facet of the question"

Used in print

(Edward E. Kelly, S.J., "Christian Unity in England"...)

The London_Universe devoted its centenary issue last December 8 to mapping_out various aspects of Catholic progress during the last one_hundred years .

(Howard Nemerov, "Themes and Methods: The Early...)

The season , between spring and summer , belongs_to life in its carefree aspect .

(Clifford H. Pope, The Giant Snakes....)

Discussions of the giants one_by_one will include , as_far_as_possible , data on these aspects of growth :

(S. Idell Pyle, et al., Onsets, Completions, and...)

Since a Skeletal Age rating can be made at any age during growth , from Elbow , Shoulder , Knee , or Foot as_well_as Hand , it seems to be the method_of_choice when one wishes to study most aspects of skeletal developmental progress during childhood .

(Joyce O. Hertzler, American Social Institutions;...)

The common codes , for religious action as_such and in their ethical aspects for everyday moral behavior , bind the devotees together .

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feature side surface sector

[ noun ] a characteristic to be considered

Used in print

(Jaroslav Pelikan, The Shape of Death: life, death and...)

These two aspects of death cannot be successfully separated , but they dare not be confused or identified .

The repeated efforts in Christian history to describe death as altogether the consequence of human sin show that these two aspects of death cannot be separated .

If this aspect of death as punishment is not distinguished from the idea of death as natural termination , the conclusion seems inevitable that temporal existence itself is a form of punishment rather than the state into which man is put by the will of the Creator .

(Mr. America, 4:6...)

The aspects of physical development that catch the judges ' eyes and which rightfully influence their decisions are symmetry and that hallmark of the true champion - superior definition of the muscles .

(William S. Haymond, "Is Distance an Original...)

If the patient can perceive figure kinesthetically when he cannot perceive it visually , then , it would seem , the sense_of_touch has immediate contact with the spatial aspects of things in_independence_of visual representations , at_least in regard_to two dimensions , and , as we shall see , even this much spatial awareness on_the_part_of unaided touch is denied by the authors .

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[ noun ] the visual percept of a region


"the most desirable feature of the park are the beautiful views"

Used in print

(Helen Hooven Santmyer, "There Were Fences"...)

I have no picture in my mind of the garden as_a_whole - that I could not see - but certain aspects of certain corners linger in the memory : wind-blown , frost-bitten , white chrysanthemums beneath a window , with their brittle brown leaves and their sharp scent of November ; ripe pears lying in long grass , to be turned_over by a dusty slippered foot , cautiously , lest bees still worked in the ragged , brown edged holes ; hot colored verbenas in the corner between the dining-room wall and the side porch , where we passed on_our_way to the pump with the half gourd tied to it as a cup by my grandmother for our childish pleasure in drinking from it .

[ noun ] (grammar) the beginning or duration or completion or repetition of the action of a verb
[ noun ] the expression on a person's face


"a sad expression" "a look of triumph" "an angry face"

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countenance sparkle leer look