Any person who wants a refund must have a receipt.
Most people here are quite friendly.
The tickets are $25 per person.
The person at the front desk will be able to help you.
The tax break is only applicable to persons in a high income bracket.
I like her as a person, but she is not a very good writer.
The disease is easily transmitted from person to person.
The dogs discovered that the men were hiding drugs about their persons.
Origin of PERSON
Middle English, from Anglo-French persone, from Latin persona actor's mask, character in a play, person, probably from Etruscan phersu mask, from Greek prosōpa, plural of prosōpon face, mask — more at prosopopoeia
: a human being considered as an individual <I had never heard a person speak Arabic.>Hint:The word person is sometimes used in compounds especially to avoid man in words that apply to both sexes. <chairperson>
: the body of a human being <Keep your person neat.>