Synonyms for personage
Antonyms for personage
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PERSONAGE
Now what other personage is there in Shakespeare who shows these traits or some of them?
The Personage on the hearthrug had been listening with profound attention.
Mr. Macgregor, rising, advanced with great respect to this personage.
But Philip had another motive in continuing his acquaintance with that personage.
Until now this personage had escaped the observation of the travelers.
The personage never opened his book, and never looked at the clergyman.
But I was allowed to do anything that day, for I had become a personage.
But that is but the vision of a second; my mind has been thinking of the soul that is to govern this personage.
Behind it rode a personage wearing a scarlet hat and garments of purple.
This personage was as stiff and stately as he was magnificent.
mid-15c., "body of a person" (with regard to appearance), from Old French personage "size, stature," also "a dignitary" (13c.), from Medieval Latin personaticum (11c.), from persona (see person). Meaning "a person of high rank or distinction" is attested from c.1500 in English; as a longer way to say person, the word was in use from 1550s (but often slyly ironical, with suggestion that the subject is overly self-important).