Definition of Charactered

1. Verb. (past of character) ¹



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Definition of Charactered

1. character [v] - See also: character

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Charactered

character cell
character disorder
character encoding
character encodings
character neurosis
character printer
character reference
character set
character sets
character theory
character user interface
character witness
charactered (current term)
characterful
characterfully
characterhood
characteries
charactering
characteriological
characteriologically
characterisability
characterisable
characterisation
characterisations
characterise
characterised
characterises

Literary usage of Charactered

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1. William Cotton Oswell, Hunter and Explorer: The Story of His Life with by William Edward Oswell, David Livingstone (1900)
"... splendid-charactered old lady—Dean Cowley Powles—' The pleasantest seaside town I know'—Things never so bright as hoped for— Vicarious sacrifice not ..."

2. Handbook of Young Artists and Amateurs in Oilpainting: Being Chiefly a by Laughton Osborn, Pierre Louis Bouvier (1849)
"IT is with trees, says Bouvier, as with the stuffs of drapery ;* as the latter are charactered more by the nature of their folds than by their color, ..."

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