Quote Originally Posted by englishhobby View Post
Longman Dictionary explains personality as someone's character: personality - Definition from Longman English Dictionary Online

Can't I use "character" instead of "personality" in the following sentences:
1) He was an ambitious man with a strong personality.
2) Despite their different personalities, they became the best of friends.
3) He's honest but he lacks personality.
4) He has a cheerful personality.

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In the 3rd example, I'd go with "individuality" rather than "personality" because that avoids all the confusion~~

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