Given special prominence, attention, or publicity: a featured item at a sale. (adjective)
Having a specified kind of facial features. Often used in combination: sharp-featured; plain-featured. (adjective)
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Use "featured" in a sentence
"#featured and added a right padding of 250px to make space for the absolutely positioned navigation tabs for our featured content slider."
"It seems like an odd mix, but there is a minor connection between this comic and Fantagraphics, as Milton Knight, creator of Hugo another title featured in the ad is plugged as a future cover artist for Punchy on Charlton's hype page."
"He never used any accompaniment except his own guitar when he sang, his third record sold two hundred thousand copies, and Hunnicut had his name featured on the placards that were nailed to the fronts of the dance halls and roadhouses where they played."