HALLMARK in a Sentence

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hallmark
 n.  sign; feature; mark indicating quality or excellence
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1  However, faithfulness is to be a hallmark of a true Christian.
2  The government has said clean public toilets are the hallmark of a gracious society.
3  These hotels still offer the sort of service which were the hallmark of the grand days of travel.
4  Attention to detail is the hallmark of a fine craftsman.
5  The game, which features a puffy, pink protagonist who gobbles up enemies and spits them out as projectiles, became a hallmark of casual gameplay for the mobile game device well before the era of smartphone games.
6  With its elegant, arcing facades and neatly manicured private garden, Egerton Crescent is rich in the hallmarks of affluence and exclusivity you'd expect from Britain's priciest street.