character[ kar-ik-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF character
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHARACTER
The unaccountable change in Eudora's character perplexed and troubled her.
But I have a secret dread of the character and power of Alcibiades.
You shall now, if I have misapprehended you not, develop a new strongness of the character.
I have been acquainted with her character and actions for several years.
Connected with this subject is the character of the currency.
We must support our rights or lose our character, and with it, perhaps, our liberties.
It is a negative power, and is conservative in its character.
This impenetrableness, my dear, is to be put among the shades in his character.
His character was so open, that I did not need to correct my original conception of it.
He well knew the character of all the white men of the party.