VERBS be | become
ADV. deeply, extremely, highly, very his highly characteristic features | entirely, utterly | fairly, quite
PREP. of a problem that was fairly characteristic of late eighteenth century society
ADJ. defining, distinctive, distinguishing, identifying, individual, marked, special, striking, unique | personal | common, family, inherited, national, shared | basic, general | chief, dominant, main, major, outstanding, principal | essential, fundamental, important, key, salient | desirable | behavioural, biological, cultural, demographic, economic, genetic, physical, psychological, racial, sexual, social | human
VERB + CHARACTERISTIC have The two species have several characteristics in common.