Origin of personage
Related formsnon·per·son·age, noun
Examples from the Web for personage
Even compared with his personage in Casino Royale, the 007 of Quantum is basically a grunting eunuch.
That personage was on his legs when Lothair entered it, and was dictating to an officer writing at a table.Lothair|Benjamin Disraeli
I politely state my case to this personage, who cannot make apologies and promises enough.Madame Chrysantheme|Pierre Loti
In a sumptuously decorated study an elegantly clad Juve was listening to a personage.A Nest of Spies|Pierre Souvestre
This personage had risen from a neighbouring table, and, bringing his glass with him, had taken a seat beside Francis.The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. 4 (of 25)|Robert Louis Stevenson
Inquiring if that personage was in, he was told yes, but specially engaged.