By the by, do you know who that savage-looking fellow is who personates Ingomar?
Now he personates a human form: then he was invironed with the lustre of heaven.
The fourth personates the painter, with his pallet and brushes.
The first its personates vale; the second its represents stream.
Whoever he was, he seems to have caught some portion of the spirit of the man he personates.
It is an ally of Reduvius personates, a valued friend to man, as in Europe it destroys the bed-bug.
It means strictly neither more nor less than a play-actor; one who personates different characters on the stage.
Dulciato, who personates Luxury, declares the heart of woman peculiarly open to his fascinations.
A certain costume seems to impart to the wearer, ideas pertaining to the class of society which he then personates.
A man holding the Salagram personates the bridegroom, and another holding the sacred Tulsi personates the bride.