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Synonyms for character

Synonyms for character

the combination of emotional, intellectual, and moral qualities that distinguishes an individual

moral or ethical strength

a statement attesting to personal qualifications, character, and dependability

public estimation of someone

a person who is appealingly odd or curious

a person portrayed in fiction or drama

a conventional mark used in a writing system

Synonyms

Synonyms for character

an imaginary person represented in a work of fiction (play or film or story)

a characteristic property that defines the apparent individual nature of something

the inherent complex of attributes that determines a persons moral and ethical actions and reactions

a person of a specified kind (usually with many eccentricities)

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good repute

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a formal recommendation by a former employer to a potential future employer describing the person's qualifications and dependability

(genetics) an attribute (structural or functional) that is determined by a gene or group of genes

engrave or inscribe characters on

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The tune was characterfully delivered by the bassoons and trumpets, and the contrabassoon's moment of glory was joyous.
There is the laconic Clairee (Sandra Tudor) and there is Ouiser, a bit of an old reprobate, characterfully presented by Jan Young.
And Ibragimova was equally commanding, her figuration fleet in the massive D minor Partita, drawing us into the great Chaconne where individual voices were characterfully coloured.
In a reading where every incident, like a Klimt painting, flowed into the next, not merely within but also across movements, Sinaisky exerted a wonderful control over balance and clarity of line, and the orchestra responded characterfully to every demand of the score.
Ashkenazy's sustained control over their rippling textures and gradations of intensity brought all their elusive poetry to life, before six Preludes by Rachmaninov, precisely and characterfully articulated, brought an air of balanced completion; and how much the conclusion of the D-flat seemed like a pianistic entry into Valhalla