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Stinginess with money was one aspect of Steve's character that I didn't like.
I can't understand why Simon refused to help; it seems so out of character.
Each of his books has its own distinctive character.
The two villages are similar in size but very different in character.
The house was not in keeping with the character of the surrounding area.
McMahon is one of the sport's most colourful characters.
a shady/suspicious/unsavoury character
Jake used to be pretty wild, but he's a reformed character now.
She had to stand up and make a speech to 500 people, so it was quite a test of character.
The team showed real character in coming back from two goals down.
the idea of competitive sport as a character-building activity
This is the British English definition of character. View American English definition of character.
the seed of a plant called anise, used for adding flavour to food and drink