And far too much is made of that one guy's personality traits, even I suppose sometimes by me.
I like to wear bright colors because they match well with my personality: bright, exuberant, colorful.
The politics of personality are not confined to economic policy.
In a 1964 Esquire profile, the usually savage Helen Lawrenson said his personality had paralyzed her into wordlessness.
LePage is up for re-election this year and has shown no signs of restraining his rhetoric or moderating his personality.
So much for Mr. Belloc's most copious revelation of his personality.
A new Dick appeared to him, a personality stronger, deeper than he could have imagined.
We forget that personality once meant, not the soul, but the soul's mask.
The book and the personality of Job have caused much controversy.
A man of flabby muscles and gentle voice; seemingly unforceful, and with a personality likable, but hardly dominating.
late 14c., "quality or fact of being a person," from Medieval Latin personalitatem (nominative personalitas), from Late Latin personalis (see personal). Sense of "a distinctive character" is first recorded 1795, from French personnalité.
Personality is the supreme realization of the innate idiosyncrasy of a living being. It is an act of courage flung in the face of life, the absolute affirmation of all that constitutes the individual, the most successful adaptation to the universal conditions of existence, coupled with the greatest possible freedom of self-determination. [C.G. Jung, 1875-1961]Meaning "person whose character stands out from that of others" is from 1889. Personality cult is attested from 1956.
personality per·son·al·i·ty (pûr'sə-nāl'ĭ-tē)
The quality or condition of being a person.
The totality of qualities and traits, as of character or behavior, that are peculiar to a specific person.
The pattern of collective character, behavioral, temperamental, emotional, and mental traits of a person.
Distinctive qualities of a person, especially those personal characteristics that make one socially appealing.
The pattern of feelings, thoughts, and activities that distinguishes one person from another.