persona grata[ per-soh-nah grah-tah; English per-soh-nuh grah-tuh, grey-tuh, grat-uh ]SEE DEFINITION OF persona grata
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PERSONA GRATA
And he must find out whether the Crawleighs regarded him as a persona grata.
Harvey attended the King to Oxford where he was at once received as a persona grata.
But would the heretic have been persona grata to the later time?
The censor is not for the moment a persona grata, but let us give him his due.
He is a prince in the city, a persona grata wherever he chooses to go.
It might have offered to recall Chauvelin, and to substitute Maret, a man known to be a persona grata to Pitt.
Towards the end of his life he frequently presided over the meetings of its Committee, amongst whom he was ever a persona grata.
In other words, Alb became a persona grata, while I remained an ordinary tourist.
He was succeeded by my friend, Martyn Wells, who was a persona grata with all sections of the Calcutta community.
He was well supplied with funds and naturally was a persona grata to the curia.