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addictive tending to become easily addicted, as a personality. [1/3 definitions]
austere having a stern or solemn appearance or personality. [1/3 definitions]
buoyancy resilience or cheerfulness in spirit or personality. [1/2 definitions]
charm (sometimes pl.) any trait, such as manner, beauty, or personality, that gives this capability. [1/11 definitions]
congenial having a pleasing, sociable personality. [1/2 definitions]
ego in psychoanalytic theory, the personality component that mediates between the unconscious drives and external reality. [1/5 definitions]
foible a minor flaw or weakness in personality, character, or behavior. [1/2 definitions]
grace any aspect of one's bearing, personality, or talents that reveals beauty, harmony, or charm. [1/10 definitions]
graphology the study of handwriting, esp. as a means of providing insight into the writer's personality.
heart the root of one's personality, feelings, or emotions. [1/8 definitions]
integration the psychological organization of personality characteristics into a unified whole. [1/3 definitions]
internalize to make internal, esp. to hold in or to incorporate into one's personality, attitude, or system of beliefs.
legend a person whose extraordinary accomplishments or unique personality makes him or her remarkable and an inspiration for popular stories. [1/4 definitions]
liverish having or displaying a disagreeable, sour, or melancholy personality; irritable. [1/3 definitions]
loony (informal) one who has a loony personality or who exhibits loony behavior. [1/3 definitions]
Maria Montessori Italian-born U.S. psychiatrist and educator who founded an educational method for young children that emphasizes self-directed, independent learning and nurture of the whole personality (b.1870--d.1952).
obsessive-compulsive (informal) of or relating to a rigid, perfectionist personality. [2/3 definitions]
outgrow to give up or lose (personality features, habits, or the like) as one matures or changes. [1/3 definitions]
overcompensate in psychology, to try to correct a personal fault or personality defect by exaggerated antithetical behavior. [1/3 definitions]
person one's distinctive personality; self. [1/4 definitions]
persona in psychology, the outer personality, fašade, or public identity an individual presents to others.