Her raw, striving quality is one of the qualities that makes her so compelling to watch.
Do you see Jon as the product of his upbringing and the qualities that Ned Stark (Sean Bean) instilled in him?
But you must work with this planet, consciously evolving these qualities into signature moves and style.
British actor Peter Eyre, who knew Natasha Richardson since she was a child, recalls the qualities that made her so special.
“Restraint is often one of the qualities of realism,” he writes.
These qualities are possessed by olive-oil soaps, either soft or hard.
Rarely has there been exhibited so complete a combination of qualities in statesmanship.
Early in 1917 these qualities were further developed in the Bristol Fighter.
The passage was stormy--the Bay of Biscay, in particular, giving us a touch of its qualities.
But, in the folk-songs, all the qualities of her genius have contributed.
c.1300, "temperament, character, disposition," from Old French qualite "quality, nature, characteristic" (12c., Modern French qualité), from Latin qualitatem (nominative qualitas) "a quality, property; nature, state, condition" (said [Tucker, etc.] to have been coined by Cicero to translate Greek poiotes), from qualis "what kind of a," from PIE pronomial base *kwo- (see who).
Meaning "degree of goodness" is late 14c. Meaning "social rank, position" is c.1400. Noun phrase quality time first recorded 1977. Quality of life is from 1943. Quality control first attested 1935.