The Correct spelling is: character
Common misspellings of the word character are:
How do you spell character?. It is not carachter or charachter or charactor or even chracter for that matter!
- The combination of qualities or features that distinguishes one person, group, or thing from another. See synonyms at disposition.
- A distinguishing feature or attribute, as of an individual, group, or category. See synonyms at quality.
- Genetics. A structure, function, or attribute determined by a gene or group of genes.
- Moral or ethical strength.
- A description of a person's attributes, traits, or abilities.
- A formal written statement as to competency and dependability, given by an employer to a former employee; a recommendation.
- Public estimation of someone; reputation: personal attacks that damaged her character.
- Status or role; capacity: in his character as the father.
- A notable or well-known person; a personage.
- A person, especially one who is peculiar or eccentric: a shady character; catcalls from some character in the back row.
- A person portrayed in an artistic piece, such as a drama or novel.
- Characterization in fiction or drama: a script that is weak in plot but strong in character.
- A mark or symbol used in a writing system.
- Computer Science.
- One of a set of symbols, such as letters or numbers, that are arranged to express information.
- The numerical code representing such a character.
- A style of printing or writing.
- A symbol used in secret writing; a cipher or code.
tr.v. Archaic., -tered, -terÂ·ing, -ters.
- Of or relating to one's character.
- Specializing in the interpretation of often minor roles that emphasize fixed personality traits or specific physical characteristics: a character actor.
- Of or relating to the interpretation of such roles by an actor: the character part of the hero's devoted mother.
- Dedicated to the portrayal of a person with regard to distinguishing psychological or physical features: a character sketch.
- Law. Of or relating to a person who gives testimony as to the moral and ethical reputation or behavior of one engaged in a lawsuit: a character witness.
- To write, print, engrave, or inscribe.
- To portray or describe.
out of character
- Consistent with someone's general character or behavior: behavior that was totally in character.
- Inconsistent with someone's general character or behavior: a response so much out of character that it amazed me.
[Middle English carecter, distinctive mark, imprint on the soul, from Old French caractere, from Latin charactÄ“r, from Greek kharaktÄ“r, from kharassein, to inscribe, from kharax, kharak-, pointed stick.]characterless char'acÂ·terÂ·less adj.