personal[ pur-suh-nl ]SEE DEFINITION OF personal
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PERSONAL
He had no right in his high capacity to indulge a personal affection.
But, speakin' personal, this trail looks more and more interestin' to me.
I don't like to be personal though, so we'll change the subject.
Demonstration must be personal before we can make anything our own.
Agony by agony, something is gained, and my personal agony counts with the rest.
The girl held herself rigidly from any personal intimacy with her fellows.
Shakespeare's personal feeling dominates and inspires the whole play.
He took up a point as remote as might be from the personal appeal.
But his death should not be regarded as an act of personal, revenge.
Stevie did not seem to derive any personal gratification from what he had done.