physiognomy

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The art and science of discovering the predominant temper, and other characteristic qualities of the mind, by the outward appearance, especially by the features of the face
The art of telling fortunes by inspection of the features
The general appearance or aspect of a thing, without reference to its scientific characteristics; as, the physiognomy of a plant, or of a meteor
The face or countenance, with respect to the temper of the mind; particular configuration, cast, or expression of countenance, as denoting character
the external appearance merely
{n} the art of judging by the face, the face
{i} facial features; superficial appearance; analysis of personal traits based on one's facial features
the external appearance of a person, in particular the face
1 the gross form and structure of a plant community (I e , the concept of "morphology" applied at a community level), which is largely determined by the dominant plant growth form in the community's uppermost stratum As cited in 2 aspect of canopy structure which focuses on the shapes of individual tree crowns As cited in
Your physiognomy is your face, especially when it is considered to show your real character. He was fascinated by her physiognomy -- the prominent nose, brooding eyes and thick hair. physiognomies the general appearance of a person's face
n The art of determining the character of another by the resemblances and differences between his face and our own, which is the standard of excellence
The attempt to establish character or other thoughts about people by examining their outward appearance
The structure and life form of a plant community (FGDC, 1997)
Structure of the dominant plants, particularly used in Scandinavian and Russian schemes
Fortunetelling, and/or purported determination of human character and disposition, by examination of (a) facial features or (b) the form and lineaments of the entire body Physiognomy whose object is the face is also called "face-reading," while the "art" of reading the lines of the forehead is called "metoposcopy " (See "facial diagnosis ")
A term used to describe a plant community based on the growth habit (e g , trees, herbs, lianas) of the dominant species
The art telling fortunes by inspection of the features
the human face (`kisser' and `smiler' and `mug' are informal terms for `face' and `phiz' is British)
fisionomia
physiognomically
from the point of view of physiognomy (analysis of personal traits based on one's facial structure)
physiognomy

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    [ "fi-zE-'ä(g)-n&-mE ] (noun.) 14th century. From Ancient Greek φυσιογνωμονία (“the science or art of judging a man by his features”) φύσις (“physique, appearance”) + γνώμων (“one that knows or examines, an interpreter, discerner”).

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