Character in a sentence

Definition of Character

(obsolete) To write (using characters); to describe. | (countable) A being involved in the action of a story. | (countable) A distinguishing feature; characteristic; trait; phene.

Short Example Sentence for Character

  • 1. He is the very character you drew.
  • 2. Jerry is a character well worth knowing.
  • 3. And what sort of a character do you consider this man to bear?
  • 4. The colour of the mask indicates the character assumed by the actor.
  • 5. No character in this book was drawn from any actual person past or present.
  • 6. Indeed, there is a singular mixture in the character of the Italian robber.
  • 7. Because Upon my family at home depends My character abroad.

How to use Character in a Sentence?

  • 1. His character and habits had an influence over the fraternity of which he was superior.
  • 2. But experience taught him that he could not transform and mould his own character at pleasure.
  • 3. It was a curious trait in his vicious character that he really loved his gardening work.
  • 4. Her character was without blemish, and she was of a most kindly and gentle disposition.
  • 5. The bold and lawless character of this rebellious clan defies military discipline.
  • 6. This work is one that challenges attention for its ambitious character and its high aim.
  • 7. Such a display of the divine character seems to be equally unknown to reason and to revelation.
  • 8. They gave as well as received, and the value of the gift depended on the character of the giver.
  • 9. Every one had a great character assigned him, suggested by some casual habit or affectation.
  • 10. There is no man of letters so much at his ease, sir, as he that has no character to gain or lose.
  • 11. I had really fancied myself the chief character in this interview with Mrs. Moss.
  • 12. In short, I played my character to the life, and became desperately enamored of Columbine.
  • 13. Earnings from other sources are of such a favorable character as to enable a splendid showing to be made by the company.
  • 14. Such are the baleful consequences of a manager's getting a character for good nature.
  • 15. Susy had that disposition, and it was one of the jewels of her character that had come to her straight from her mother.
  • 16. I knew enough of the desperate character of these beings to feel assured this was not an idle menace.
  • 17. They had reconnoitred her with their spy-glasses from the shore, and ascertained her character and force.
  • 18. Humility was the most prominent virtue in the character of these good ladies, and they carried it almost to excess.
  • 19. I had instructed him to find a boarding-house of as respectable a character as my light salary as editor would command.
  • 20. How little character there was in her face, how little of anything except that indefinable allurement of sex!
  • 21. If the choice be first, before the existence of a good disposition of heart, what is the character of that choice?
  • 22. The following day varies the character of the range, exposed to every vicissitude of temperature and climate.
  • 23. The writing was strong and bold, and possessed an originality of its own, as if the writer had put much of his own character in it.
  • 24. The hardship of such a conclusion would be still more apparent in regard to the conduct of a man whose general character is well known to be good.
  • 25. The character of an individual, whether he be independent of circumstances or not, inspires others quite as much as his words.
  • 26. How far such a display of the divine character is necessary to the ends of the moral government of God can be known only to himself.
  • 27. The constant struggle for existence produces a character utterly opposed to that of the suave and facile Malay.
  • 28. In this character he parts company from the vain and impertinent talker in private life, who is a loser of money, while he is a maker of it.
  • 29. My continued distress about my nephew, whose moral character has been almost totally ruined, has been the main cause of my illness.
  • 30. St. Paul ascribes the stability of all things in heaven to the manifestation of the divine character in the redemption of our fallen race.
  • 31. But he is speaking of a being as imaginary as the wise man of the Stoics, and whose character varies in different dialogues.
  • 32. I have compared and contrasted her with hundreds of persons, and my conviction remains that hers was the most perfect character I have ever met.
  • 33. The heterogeneous character of Sourabaya gives unwonted interest to the streets, uniquely brilliant in grouping and colour.