Definition of Feature article
1. Noun. A special or prominent article in a newspaper or magazine. "They ran a feature on retirement planning"
Group relationships: Newspaper, Paper, Mag, Magazine
Generic synonyms: Article
Derivative terms: Feature
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Literary usage of Feature article
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. How to Write Special Feature Articles: A Handbook for Reporters by Willard Grosvenor Bleyer (1920)
"A special feature article may be denned as a detailed presentation of facts in an ... Although frequently concerned with news, the special feature article ..."
2. The Practice of Journalism, a Treatise on Newspaper Making by Walter Williams, Frank L. Martin (1911)
"This special feature article is sometimes signed with the name of the writer. ... The special feature article is an outgrowth of the individual and special ..."
3. The English Journal by National Council of Teachers of English (1919)
"The narrative-descriptive news story and special-feature article may well be considered when narration and description are studied; the expository news ..."
4. Writing Sense: Integrated Reading and Writing Lessons for English Language by Juli Kendall, Outey Khuon (2006)
"Juli: OK, let's look at your research and see if there's more information you can use in your feature article. When writers take notes for feature articles, ..."
5. Editorials and Editorial-writing by Robert Wilson Neal (1921)
"... musical, and literary reviews and criticism), or as a special or a feature article, or in the general pages of the magazines, or even in the reviews. ..."
6. Hazard-Wise: Classroom Resources for Teachers on Natural Hazards & Disasters by Chris Dolan (1995)
"Figure 1 Aim To work as a team, to produce a newspaper feature article describing a ... Decide on the way you are going to complete your feature article. ..."
7. Press Correspondence and Journalism by Edwin Harvey Hadlock (1910)
"The "feature article" holds a prominent place in modern journalism. ... It is always desirable that the "feature article" should be accompanied by photos, ..."