An example of personality is charismatic.
Furnishings that give a room personality.
The president has a unique personality.
Won the election more on personality than on capability.
Let's not engage in personalities.
- A notable person; personage.
- A person known for appearances on TV, radio, etc.
A hyena with an assertive personality.
The personality of the business changed dramatically over the years.
My work PC emulates a Windows personality.
In his final act, the comedian takes on a child's personality.
Johnny Carson was a respected television personality.
The best contestant shows most personality.
Indulgence in personalities.
Origin of personality
- Middle English personalite from Old French from Late Latin persōnālitās from Latin persōnālis personal from persōna person person
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
- Coined between 1350 and 1400 from Middle English personalite, from Middle French, from Late Latin persÅnÄlitÄs.