It was only that Adele had a way of taking for granted she was persona grata, that Nance thought was rather too free.
And he must find out whether the Crawleighs regarded him as a persona grata.
Charles XV was a persona grata; he could do as he liked without becoming unpopular.
Harvey attended the King to Oxford where he was at once received as a persona grata.
There are times, you know, when even the most enthusiastic ginger-ale specialist is not 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.
He was also persona grata in the Gladstone household, and Mrs. Gladstone often spoke to me of their deep love for him.
It might have offered to recall Chauvelin, and to substitute Maret, a man known to be a persona grata to Pitt.