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in propria persona

Syllabification: in pro·pri·a per·so·na
Pronunciation: /ˌin ˌprōprēə pərˈsōnə
 
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Definition of in propria persona in English:

adverb

In his or her own person: many people find him, both in his verse and in propria persona, too loud and pushy
More example sentences
  • An appearance MUST be in propria persona, and need not be by attorney.
  • In Lodi, the plaintiff, acting in propria persona as "reversioner" of a trust supposedly created by his birth certificate sued himself as "beneficiary" of that "trust," and appeared in propria persona in his own defense as well.

Origin

mid 17th century: Latin.

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