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