The characteristic way in which a play is written, acted or directed.
the characteristics of a work that reflect its author's distinctive way of writing. an author's use of language, its effects, and its appropriateness to the author's intent and theme. Note: Style as applied to writing and speaking is an elusive and subtle concept. In the broadest sense it refers to the characteristic way in which a person conceives and expresses ideas through language.
a set of characteristics of the music of a culture or a period or a movement; also used to describe the characteristics of an individual composer
The characteristic of a character (i.e. italicized, underlined, etc.)
A distinctive quality given to a dance, a dramatic work, a music composition, or a visual image by its creator or performer. For example, ballet and the lambada are styles of dance; tragedy and mime are styles of drama; cajun and baroque are styles of music; and cubism and impressionism are styles of visual art.
A characteristic handling of media and elements of form that gives a work its identity as the product of a particular person, group, art movement, period, or culture.
A particular form, appearance or character of a work of art that can be assigned to a period, place or artist.
2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12 11 An author's distinctive manner of expression.
The characteristics of a piece of clothing, such as fabric, silhouette, and details, that differentiate it from others.
Usually refers to a piece made in the manner of a previous period.
a dog's willingness, ability, and manner of retrieving, as characterized by desire, speed, courage, and attitude.
the particular character of a musical composition, performance or historical period
The mode of expression in language; the characteristic manner of expression of an author. Many elements contribute to style, such as diction, syntax, figurative language, imagery, selection of detail, sound effects, and tone. "Devices of style," "narrative techniques," "rhetorical techniques," "stylistic techniques," and "resources of language" are all phrases that call for a consideration of more than one technique.
A characteristic way of designing form, giving a work its identity as the product of a particular person, group, period and/or place.
The distinctive or characteristic manner in which the elements of music are treated. In practice, the term may be applied to, e.g., composers (the style of Copeland), periods (Baroque style), mediums (keyboard style), or genre (operatic style, bluegrass style).
An artistic technique or way of expressing, using materials, constructing, or designing that is characteristics of an individual, group, period, or culture.
The manner in which ideas are communicated.
The specific manner in which a play is shaped, as determined by its genre, its historical period, the sort of impact the director wishes to convey to the audience, and the skill of the artists involved. The term generally refers to these aspects inasmuch as they differ from naturalism, although it could be said that naturalism is a style.
how something is done or how it happens; "her dignified manner"; "his rapid manner of talking"; "their nomadic mode of existence"; "in the characteristic New York style"; "a lonely way of life"; "in an abrasive fashion"
a way of expressing something (in language or art or music etc.) that is characteristic of a particular person or group of people or period; "all the reporters were expected to adopt the style of the newspaper"
a characteristic that defines the appearance and can set the behavior of a control
a form that is distinctive and identifiable as an artistic expression with characteristics particular to the artist
a group of stylistic characteristics that you can apply to a piece of text
a named group of formatting characteristics that can be applied to any section of text
a set of formatting characteristics identified by a unique name
a set of formatting characteristics that you can apply to text in your document to quickly change its appearance
a way to easily apply a whole set of characteristics at once to selected text or to a whole paragraph
Elements common to a number musical performances that identify them as being related
A recognized manner of expression associated with a particular culture or school of art.
design characteristics of an artifact or decorative technique, based on the use of specific variations in shape, texture, color, quality of craftsmanship, etc. Distinctive styles often correspond to a specific time period and/or geographical region.
The set of characteristics that determine appearance on the canvas. Font, margins, indentation, spacing are all determining the style of a paragraph. Style is assigned to HTML elements by CSS.
a particular, distinctive, or characteristic mode or form of construction or execution in any art or work.
the look or "feel," specific or characterized manner of expression, execution, construction, or design, in any art, period, work, etc. the way in which anything is made or done; manner. sort; kind; variety; type. a way of reckoning time, dates, ect. A way of work which tells you something about the creator of the work of art, time, environment, country, culture, way of seeing, feeling and thinking. not always intentional but may occur as an involuntary or natural inclination.
An artist's special way of creating art; the style of an artwork helps determine how it is different from other artworks.
The unique character contained in a work of art, period of time, or geographical location. Style also means the artist's expressive use of media to give their work a unique character.
a characteristic manner of presenting ideas and feeling in visual form; may also refer to an individual artist or a group of artists whose work has certain features in common
The specific artistic character and dominant form trends noted during periods of history and recent art movements. Style may also refer to artists' expressive use of media to give their works individual character.
the expressive use of selected instruments and the elements of music to create
the total quality and artistic value of all patterns, shapes and colors of china produced by a pottery, contents of "The Shelley Stlyle" for example.
A distinct visual or theoretical method in art characteristic of an artist or a group of artists.
the recognised manner in which one or more composers organise the elements of music according to specific conventions; style determines how a work is performed or interpreted; it often relates to a historical period (e.g., baroque, bebop) or composer (e.g., in the style of Mozart)
the distinguishing characteristics of a particular period, movement, or school of painting, sculpture, design, and so on; or the distinctive personal mannerisms or traits of a particular artist as evidenced in their work
The manner in whitch artist draws (or writes).
The manner of presenting or performing a musical composition.
A collection of characteristics that describe a wine.
A characteristic, or a number of characteristics that we can identify as constant, recurring, or coherent. In art, the sum of such characteristics associated with a particular artist, group, or culture, or with an artist's work at a specific time.
A distinctive manner of moving; the characteristic way dance is done, created or performed that identifies the dance of a particular performer, choreographer or period.
the usual technique or expression of an artist or group of artists. View the Styles of Paintings from worldimages
Characteristic manner of presentation of musical elements (melody, rhythm, harmony, dynamics, form, etc.)
in music, the distinctive features of a musical performance.
A forum Style is the general description of how messages are displayed. VoyForums provides two styles, Text and Table. The Text style displays messages in a simple straight-forward manner, with no fancy boxes. The Table style displays messages in HTML Tables, which places messages (both in the main index, and when viewing a single message) into "boxes". The Table style also has the benefit of aiding in preventing the spreading of HTML mistakes made by users in their posts. The downfall is that it requires a much larger amount of information transferred to the end user.
A characteristic or group of characteristics that we can identify as recurring, constant, or coherent, such as brush stroke, colors used, the way forms are handled, subject matter, degree of resemblance to the natural world, etc
The whole sum of flavor and other sensory characteristics by which individual beers may be placed in categories for purposes of comparison. Beers of the same style have the same general flavor profile.
The distinctive or characteristic manner in which the *elements of music are treated. In practice, the term may be applied to, for example, composers (the style of Copland), periods (Baroque style), media (keyboard style), nations (French style), *form or type of composition (fugal style, contrapuntal style), or *genre (operatic style, bluegrass style).
A distinctive manner of expression (as in writing or speech) or of personal behavior part icular manner or technique by which something is done, created, or performed (as in style of management.) [D03306] Webster
The characteristic and individuality each dog exhibits in the completion of an exercise.
a distinctive manner of expression; each author's style is expressed through his/her diction, rhythm, imagery, and so on.
it may refer to the composer's manner of writing, the character of the music itself or to the style of performance.
n. 1. the way in which anything is made, done, written, etc.; manner; method; 2. a fine original way or writing, painting, etc. return
A distinctive or characteristic manner of expression.
A manner of treatment or execution of works of art that is characteristic of a civilization, a people, or an individual.
The method in which a rider conducts themselves on the water. Not so much judged by the actual moves they are doing, but the manner in which they do them. This is unique to most every rider in the world and a rider will achieve a high level of respect if he's ''got style.'' 720: A 720-degree rotation. Two complete rotations (also called a ''7'')
A set of characteristics of the art of a culture, a period, or school of art. It is the characteristic expression of an individual artist.
The distinctive and unique manner in which a writer arranges words to achieve particular effects. Style essentially combines the idea to be expressed with the individuality of the author. These arrangements include individual word choices as well as such matters as the length and structure of sentences, tone, and use of irony.
a set of characteristics of the art of a culture, period, school or an individual art-maker; the characteristic expression of an individual artist
A dogâ€(tm)s manner of working. An attractive, exciting dog to watch is said to have style. It is desirable to be fast, eager with a quick pick-up, good water entry.
The manner in which one plays the game, e.g., some players incorporate the indicating style into their game, i.e., indicate their doubles when they can't follow the suit led.
Style is the ninth album by the funk/R&B band Cameo, released in 1983. It was their first album to introduce their "Atlanta Artists" label, with which they maintained their distribution through Polygram Records. Aside from the new label, Cameo was definitely going through quite a transition, having gone from 5 members (Alligator Woman, 1982) to 4, and an extreme makeover in their sound.