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Definition of "characteristical" [char•ac•ter•is•tic•al]

  • Characteristic (adjective)

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Use "characteristical" in a sentence
  • "To make punishments efficacious they should be (4) 'characteristical' or impressive to the imagination; and that they may not be excessive they should be (5) exemplary or likely to impress others, and (6) frugal."
  • "In her creative moments, she "rejects hierarchical thinking characteristical of Western Culture" and chooses instead "spirituality.""
  • "England, however, as it has never been blessed with a very parsimonious government, so parsimony has at no time been the characteristical virtue of its inhabitants."