Even compared with his personage in Casino Royale, the 007 of Quantum is basically a grunting eunuch.
That personage replied as if wholly to have done with the matter.
"Yep, call me One-Eye and I'll come," declared the personage.
He still remained a personage of importance in his exile, and played an influential part even in his last years.
The other personage not mentioned by name is Congo, the Kaffir.
He became a personage of more local importance than ever, deferred to, his opinions quoted.
Ensal exclaimed, rushing out of his room in search of that personage.
I laughed at her, and said, Whoever the personage may be, she knows just as much about it as you and I do.
But that personage did not make his appearance, and we examined the nest.
The personage on the hearthrug had been listening with profound attention.
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).