Definition of Personal appeal
1. Noun. A personal attractiveness or interestingness that enables you to influence others.
Generic synonyms: Attractiveness, Interest, Interestingness
Derivative terms: Charismatic
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Literary usage of Personal appeal
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1. The æsthetic Attitude by Herbert Sidney Langfeld (1920)
"DEGREES OF personal appeal IN THE ESTHETIC ATTITUDE Furthermore if we believe that art should benefit the individual and improve the race, it should appeal ..."
2. Councils and ecclesiastical documents relating to Great Britain and Ireland by William Stubbs, David Wilkins (1871)
"[WILFRID CONDEMNED AND EXCOMMUNICATED.] AD 702-705. Second personal appeal* of Wilfrid to Rome, followed by his partial restoration upon a compromise. ..."
3. Life of Liszt by Ludwig Nohl (1902)
"... Bring out Wagner's Works in London—Wagner in Despair—Misunderstanding of Liszt—A personal appeal and Prompt Reply—A Success made in Weimar—Urges Wagner ..."
4. Christian Theology and Social Progress: The Bampton Lectures for 1905 by Frederick William Bussell (1907)
"Religion again considered in its threefold aspect; theory of world, visible community, personal appeal: the last is of paramount value, the duty of winning ..."