Character

Character,

Definition of Character:

  1. The mental and moral qualities distinctive to an individual.

  2. A printed or written letter or symbol.

  3. A person in a novel, play, or movie.

  4. Banking: One of the five key factors (see five Cs of credit) considered in evaluation of a loan application is the applicants credit history and reputation in the community.

  5. Law: Reputation of a person, entity, or witness.

  6. Computing: Letter, number, punctuation mark, other mark or symbol, and space any element of a given character set.

  7. A characteristic, especially one that assists in the identification of a species.

  8. Inscribe; engrave.

  9. HR: Sum total of a persons behavioral traits, history, reputation in community, and values.

Synonyms of Character

Persona, Person, Role, Part, Personality, Nature, Disposition, Temperament, Temper, Mentality, Turn of mind, Psychology, Psyche, Constitution, Make-up, Make, Stamp, Mould, Cast, Adamite, Altmann theory, DNA, De Vries theory, Galtonian theory, Mendelianism, Mendelism, RNA, Roscius, VIP, Verworn theory, Weismann theory, Weismannism, Wiesner theory, Abnormal, Accent, Accent mark, Acclaim, Actor, Actress, Advocacy, Advocating, Advocation, Affection, Alien, Allele, Allelomorph, Alphabet, Alphabetic character, Alphabetize, Animus, Antagonist, Antihero, Aptitude, Arbitrary, Aroma, Arrowhead, Assured probity, Attribute, Atypical, Autolithograph, Bad guy, Badge, Banner, Bar, Barnstormer, Bastard, Bat, Be a printmaker, Being, Bent, Bias, Big shot, Big-timer, Bigwig, Binary digit, Bird, Birth, Birthmark, Bit, Bit part, Blamelessness, Blood, Body, Body-build, Brand, Breed, Bring to life, Bugger, Cachet, Cameo, Cancel, Capacity, Capitalize, Card, Carve, Case, Cast, Cat, Catalog, Cataloging, Catch a likeness, Celebrity, Certificate of character, Chap, Character actor, Character man, Character reference, Character sketch, Character woman, Characteristic, Characteristics, Characterization, Characterize, Chart, Chief, Child actor, Chisel, Chromatid, Chromatin, Chromosome, Cipher, Clan, Cleanness, Clothing, Color, Complexion, Composition, Condition, Configuration, Constituents, Constitution, Courage, Cove, Crackpot, Crank, Crasis, Crease, Creature, Credential, Cribble, Crosshatch, Cue, Cuneiform, Customer, Custos, Cut, Decency, Delineate, Delineation, Demotic character, Denomination, Depict, Depiction, Describe, Description, Designation, Details, Determinant, Determinative, Determiner, Device, Dharma, Diagram, Diathesis, Differentia, Differential, Digit, Dignitary, Direct, Diseur, Diseuse, Disposition, Distinction, Distinctive feature, Dot, Dramatizer, Draw, Duck, Duty, Earmark, Earthling, Eccentric, Eccentricity, Eclat, Emblem, Eminence, Enchase, Endowment, Engrave, Erectness, Erratic, Estimableness, Ethos, Eugenics, Evocation, Evoke, Expected, Express, Expression mark, Factor, Fairness, Fame, Famousness, Fanatic, Fat part, Feather, Feature, Feeder, Feller, Fellow, Fermata, Fiber, Figure, Fitting, Flake, Flavor, Foil, Footing, Form, Frame, Freak, Function, Furrow, Gene, Genesiology, Genetic code, Genetics, Genius, Genre, Genus, Give words to, Glory, Good character, Goodness, Grain, Grammalogue, Graph, Grapheme, Graphic account, Grave, Groove, Groundling, Gust, Guy, Habit, Hallmark, Hand, Hatch, Head, Heavy, Hereditability, Heredity, Heritability, Heritage, Hermit, Hero, Heroine, Hieratic symbol, Hieroglyph, Hieroglyphic, Hieroglyphics, High ideals, High principles, High-mindedness, Hiragana, Histrio, Histrion, Hit off, Hobo, Hold, Homo, Honesty, Honor, Honorableness, Hue, Human, Human being, Humor, Humors, Ideogram, Ideograph, Idiocrasy, Idiosyncrasy, Ilk, Image, Imagery, Immaculacy, Impress, Impression, In character, In keeping, Inborn capacity, Incise, Inclination, Index, Indicant, Indicator, Individual, Individualism, Individuality, Ingenue, Inheritability, Inheritance, Initial, Inscribe, Insignia, Integrity, Intellect, Intelligence, Irreproachability, Irreproachableness, Itemization, Jasper, Job, Joker, Justice, Justness, Juvenile, Kana, Katakana, Key signature, Keynote, Kidney, Kin, Kind, Kook, Kudos, Label, Lad, Lead, Lead role, Leading lady, Leading man, Leading woman, Leaning, Letter, Letter of introduction, Lexigraphic character, Life, Ligature, Limn, Limning, Line, Lineaments, Lines, Lithograph, Living soul, Logogram, Logograph, Lone wolf, Loner, Loony, Lot, Make, Make prints, Makeup, Man, Manner, Mannerism, Map, Mark, Marking, Matinee idol, Matrocliny, Maverick, Measure, Mental set, Meshuggenah, Metronomic mark, Mettle, Mime, Mimer, Mimic, Mind, Mind-set, Mold, Monogram, Monologist, Moral excellence, Moral strength, Morality, Mortal, Mummer, Nabob, Name, Natural, Nature, Nobility, Nonconformist, Normal, Nose, Notability, Notate, Notation, Note, Notoriety, Notoriousness, Number, Numeral, Numero, Nut, Odd fellow, Oddball, Oddity, Odor, Office, Ogham, One, Original, Out of character, Outline, Outsider, Paint, Pantomime, Pantomimist, Pariah, Part, Particularity, Particularization, Party, Patrocliny, Patronage, Pause, Peculiar, Peculiarity, Person, Personage, Personality, Persuasion, Pharmacogenetics, Phonetic, Phonetic character, Phonetic symbol, Photograph, Phylum, Physique, Pictogram, Pictograph, Pictographic character, Picture, Picturize, Piece, Place, Playactor, Player, Point, Popularity, Portrait, Portraiture, Portray, Portrayal, Position, Predilection, Predisposition, Preference, Presa, Principles, Print, Probity, Proclivity, Profile, Propensity, Proper, Property, Protagonist, Protean actor, Province, Publicity, Pureness, Purity, Quality, Queer duck, Queer fish, Queer specimen, Quirk, Quiz, Race, Radical, Rank, Rara avis, Recessive character, Reciter, Reclame, Recluse, Recognition, Recommend, Recommendation, Rectitude, Reference, Register, Relation, Render, Rendering, Rendition, Renown, Replication, Report, Represent, Representation, Representative, Reputability, Reputation, Repute, Resolution, Respectability, Righteousness, Role, Rub, Rune, Savor, Schematize, Score, Scrape, Scratch, Screwball, Sculpture, Seal, Segno, Set, Set forth, Shape, Shorthand, Side, Sigil, Sign, Signal, Signature, Single, Singularity, Situation, Sketch, Slant, Slur, Smack, Solitary, Somatotype, Somebody, Someone, Sort, Soubrette, Soul, Specialty, Species, Specification, Spirit, Spook, Stage performer, Stage player, Stainlessness, Stamp, Standing, State, Station, Status, Stipple, Stooge, Straight man, Straight part, Strain, Strange duck, Streak, Stripe, Stroller, Strolling player, Stud, Style, Suchness, Suitable, Supporting character, Supporting role, Sure sign, Swell, Syllabic, Symbol, Symbolize, Symptom, System, Taint, Take a rubbing, Tang, Taste, Telltale sign, Tellurian, Temper, Temperament, Tempo mark, Tendency, Tenor, Terran, Testimonial, The bubble reputation, The like of, The likes of, Theatrical, Thespian, Tie, Time signature, Title role, Token, Tone, Tool, Trace, Trace out, Trace over, Trait, Tramp, Transcribe, Transliterate, Tribe, Trick, Trouper, Turn, Turn of mind, Twist, Type, Typical, Uncharacteristic, Unexpected, Unfitting, Unimpeachability, Unimpeachableness, Uniqueness, Unspottedness, Untypical, Uprightness, Upstandingness, Utility man, Variety, Vein, Vignette, Villain, Vinculum, Virtue, Virtuousness, Vivid description, Vogue, Voucher, Walk-on, Walking part, Warp, Way, Wedge, Weirdo, Word letter, Word painting, Worldling, Worthiness, Write, Writing, Written character, Zealot, Zombie, Sort, Variety, Kind, Style, Type, Category, Order, Breed, Species, Class, Designation, Specification, Genre, Genus, Brand, Make, Character, Ilk, Kidney, Grain, Stamp, Mould

How to use Character in a sentence?

  1. Ricky was upset at the way he was being questioned and watched closely by his coworkers: they assumed that because of his minor criminal convictions some time back, that his character was suspect.
  2. The authors compassionate identification with his characters.
  3. Running away was not in keeping with her character.
  4. The abolition of the use of Chinese characters from all public printing and writing helped achieve nationwide literacy at a remarkable speed.
  5. Joe was truly a unique character ; he could be vivacious and gregarious at the holiday party and be stoic and focused during important business meetings at work.
  6. The duck feather did not contain diagnostic characters for species identification.
  7. There are only ten number character s available on a computer, but there are over a hundred non-number character s available to users.

Meaning of Character & Character Definition