Origin of lineament
OTHER WORDS FROM lineamentlin·e·a·men·tal [lin-ee-a-men-tl], /ˌlɪn i æˈmɛn tl/, adjectivelin·e·a·men·ta·tion, noun
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How to use lineament in a sentence
Every lineament of her beautiful features was tattooed indelibly on his memory; he knew she would haunt him forever.Captain Scraggs|Peter B. Kyne
What he did there is unknown, but when he issued forth his face was hard set, every lineament bearing the stamp of resolution.
It was not the living, laughing girl whom she had known—the stamp of death was set upon every fair lineament.
The old Indian looked silently at him for a moment, some mysterious, all-absorbing joy revealed in every lineament of his face.The Wolf Hunters|James Oliver Curwood
Her face speaks in every lineament; theirs are rouged and wrinkled masks.Peg Woffington|Charles Reade