feature creature

feature creature

[Possibly from slang "creature feature" for a horror movie] 1. One who loves to add features to designs or programs, perhaps at the expense of coherence, concision or taste.

2. Alternately, a mythical being that induces otherwise rational programmers to perpetrate such crocks. See also feeping creaturism, creeping featurism.
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The villas are perfect for small families, and feature creature comforts like airconditioning, and hot water.
The centre in Crete will feature creature comforts such as games consoles, TVs and a swimming pool.
The cast of newcomers couldn't be more likable, but the real star here is Cloverfield: Big, green and mindless, it's a true brother to Mothra or the Beast from 20,000 Fathoms--a '50s feature creature washed ashore in the 21st century.
Kids Country will feature Creature Teachers rare and exotic reptiles and birds (alligators, pythons, macaws and more), the Poppytown Puppets, Lucky Bob the juggler and magician, Mr.
The centre will feature creature comforts such as games consoles, TVs and a swimming pool.
Google's animated Earth Day 2014 doodle feature creatures like Moon jellyfish, puffer fish, dung beetle, veiled chameleon, Japanese macaque, and the rufous hummingbird.
The animation, the eyes and feathers are often marvellous and some of the flying sequences outperform Avatar, which didn't always feature creatures which looked like they could fly as smoothly as a bird.
Channel 4 is making a six-part series called Animal Mad House and wants to feature creatures with crazy and embarrassing afflictions.
Living Coasts will feature creatures from wading birds and penguins to fur seals.
The 3D feature creatures a fuller multi-dimensional sound which emulates surround sound.