Every lineament that appears is too precise, almost every word used too strong.
"I am stopping it," Dunark stated quietly, grim purpose in every lineament.
I should laugh to see every lineament "going ahead," and art "non compos."
The light of the fire was upon it, and its every lineament was revealed distinctly.
Every lineament of her beautiful features was tattooed indelibly on his memory; he knew she would haunt him forever.
I had ample time to scan his features and canvass their every lineament.
Not in lineament, but in poise and expression it recalled some one vividly.
Compared with the original, at last—in every lineament how like it was!
Roger asked aloud, with no change in any lineament of his hard, gray face.
The knight and the forester could describe every lineament of the would-be assassin.
early 15c., "distinctive feature of the body, outline," from Middle French lineament, from Latin lineamentum "contour, outline," literally "a line, stroke, mark," from lineare "to reduce to a straight line," from linea (see line (n.)). Figurative sense of "a characteristic" is attested from 1630s.