[ kˈaɹɪktəɹˌa͡ɪzd], [ kˈaɹɪktəɹˌaɪzd], [ k_ˈa_ɹ_ɪ_k_t_ə_ɹ_ˌaɪ_z_d]
How to use "Characterised" in context?
Characterisation is the process of making a character appear as distinct from others in a work of fiction. The term is often used in reference to the writing of novels, short stories, and screenplays. For example, in a novel, the characterization of the main character should be distinct from the characterization of the minor characters. In a screenplay, the characterization of a character should be distinct from the characterization of the supporting characters.
In folklore and legend, characterization is often linked to the concept of archetype. Archetypes are classic models for storytelling that originate in oral or iconic cultures.
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Proper noun, singular
Verb, past tense
- Proper noun, singular
Verb, past tense
accompanied, articulated, called, celebrated, classified, closed, constituted, declared, defined, described, dismissed, distinguish, distinguished, dropped, expressed, featured, graded, identified, included, labeled, labelled, listed, observed, opened, outlined, placed, pointed, qualified, ranked, refined, represented, voiced, Amounted, Cited, Deemed, Encompassed, Filed, Influenced, Inserted, Meant, Rated, Referred, Scored, Termed, Commemorated, Consisted, Stipulated, Typified, signalled, kicked-off.
Verb, past participle
accompanied, affected, aggravated, allotted, analyzed, arranged, articulated, assigned, associated, attempted, attended, banded, based, beset, branded, built, called, categorised, categorized, centred, checked, classifiable, classified, cleared, closed, coloured, committed, composed, conditioned, conducted, considered, covered, defined, delineated, derived, described, designated, determined, dictated, differentiated, discontinued, distinguishable, distinguished, divided, dominated, done, doomed, drawn, driven, dropped, educated, elaborated, embodied, emphasised, estimated, etched, evidence, exaggerated, experienced, expressed, filled, fixed, formulated, found, founded, geared, gone, governed, graded, ground, grouped, grown, guided, held, heralded, identified, imbued, impregnated, impressed, informed, inspired, known, labeled, labelled, left, listed, made, marred, named, noted, observed, opened, outlined, paved, perceived, placed, plagued, pointed, portrayed, printed, pronounced, proof, qualified, ranked, recognised, recognized, refined, reflected, reinforced, remembered, represented, retrievable, rise, rooted, ruled, scarred, scheduled, seared, seen, selected, separated, set, settled, shaped, signed, skilled, sorted, sought, sown, specified, stained, stamped, struck, substantiated, surrounded, sustained, tagged, tainted, taken, tested, touched, tracked, treated, tried, type, witnessed, written, Accentuated, Anchored, Annotated, Ascribed, Attributed, Awarded, Been, Blazed, Brought, Captured, Cited, Classed, Declined, Deemed, Denoted, Devised, Dialed, Dubbed, Enabled, Enjoyed, Fought, Filed, Flagged, Grounded, Indexed, Indicated, Influenced, Judged, Lived, Looked, Moulded, Occurred, Pervaded, Rated, Referred, Regarded, Resulted, Scored, Shown, Termed, Translated, Undergone, Underpinned, Ushered, Viewed, Construed, Counted, Predicated, Predominated, Prevailed, Punctuated, Stencilled, Suffered, exacerbated, allocated, characteristics, imprinted, highlighted, diagnosed, underscored, laid, endeavoured, signalled, initialled.
- Verb, past tense
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