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feature form, person in general: “He is complete in feature,” THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA, ii. 4. 69 ; “Cheated of feature,” RICHARD III., i. 1. 19 ; “complete In mind and feature,” HENRY VIII., iii. 2. 50 ; “the feature of Octavia,” ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA, ii. 5. 112 ; “for feature laming The shrine of Venus,” CYMBELINE, v. 5. 163. ( “grace and dignity of form,” STAUNTON)

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