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personage

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpersonageper‧son‧age /ˈpɜːsənɪdʒ $ ˈpɜːr-/ noun [countable] formal  PERSON/PEOPLEa person, usually someone famous or important a royal personage
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personageShe addressed her young guest with civilities suitable for a personage of advanced years and uncertain appetite.He was a personage of quite another order from the great hero of Athens, Theseus.The mediaeval church was divided on the issue of whether there was impropriety in the mimetic representation of holy personages on stage.A huge personage, robed in blue, like a snowbank folded in shadow, occupied the temple steps.His mien and his manners continually expressed his sense of himself as an important personage.Forms of address and titles for important personages can be found in reference books.notable personagesIn the light Smith saw two personages, dazzling him with their brightness as they stood in the air.
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