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Use hallmark in a sentence

Definition of hallmark:

  • (noun) a distinctive characteristic or attribute
  • (noun) a mark on an article of trade to indicate its origin and authenticity
  • (verb) To provide or stamp with a hallmark (a distinctive characteristic or attribute)

Sentence Examples:

Fourth, maintaining a professional distance was a hallmark of professionalism.

Both mother and daughter bore the unmistakable hallmark of gentlewomen.

Only the identity of the maker is revealed by the hallmark on American silver.

Culture, travel and education were hallmarks of most of the inhabitants of the great houses.

From the start, their courtship lacked most of the hallmarks of that tender process.

It was, at all events, the demeanor popularly supposed to be the hallmark of the duchess.

They came garbed in long, flowing, tawdry wrappers, the hallmark of the lives they lived.

The ability to have a full orgasm is, in most cases, the hallmark of the psychologically mature woman.

His hosts, on the other hand, wore an uneasy manner that might have been the hallmark of conscious depravity.

It is this superficiality of the inferior man, it seems to me, that is the chief hallmark of the American novel.

Most of them had their eyes closed, and their faces showed the mild little smile which was the outer hallmark of a mind at rest, tuned in to a music channel or some other of the hundreds of entertainment lines available from Central.