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Definition of trait:

  1. A distinguishing characteristic.
  2. A stroke; a touch; a feature.

Common misspellings for trait:

traights, tragity, trate, traight, traint, rait, traited, trat, traite, triat.

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This graph shows how "trait" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for trait:

  1. This trait was made evident by her turning to Miss O'Day with the remark: And, Nora, are you here?
  2. That trait she had inherited from her mother.
  3. The lack of the human element was to Bob the most disconcerting trait in the lawyer’ s frame of mind.

Quotes for trait:

  1. I was an observer. I liked to listen rather than openly express myself. This trait is something that I've retained over the years. - Giorgio Armani
  2. Presidents with strong nerves are decisive. They don't balk at unpopular decisions. They are willing to make people angry. Bush had strong nerves. Clinton, who passed up a chance to eliminate Osama bin Laden, did not. Obama is a people pleaser, a trait not normally associated with nerves of steel. - Fred Barnes
  3. The higher mental development of woman, the less possible it is for her to meet a congenial male who will see in her, not only sex, but also the human being, the friend, the comrade and strong individuality, who cannot and ought not lose a single trait of her character. - Emma Goldman
  4. One trait of addictive families is that we never recognize our own addictions. - Lorna Luft
  5. The most common trait of all primitive peoples is a reverence for the life -giving earth, and the Native American shared this elemental ethic: The land was alive to his loving touch, and he, its son, was brother to all creatures. - Stewart Udall
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