Examples of peculiarity in a Sentence
the peculiarity of his appearance
It is a peculiarity of the house that there is no front door.
her peculiarities as a writer
Scientists tried to explain some peculiarities in the results of the experiment.
Recent Examples of peculiarity from the Web
Staffers at three pharmacies in the area said they were concerned about peculiarities in Zong’s prescriptions or drug-seeking behavior among his patients.
Amazing because the peculiarities of this project are such that there are not many other developments quite like it, anywhere, city officials said.
As the years passed, Shivaun and Adam got into the habit of visiting message boards where people obsessively discussed Google’s many peculiarities.
And southerners are less perturbed by the M5S’s peculiarity.
After an introduction, Mr. Chatah led the way through 13 stops, pointing out landmarks, telling stories and explaining the roots of Lebanon’s peculiarities.
Ask us where to eat right now, however, and the answer is more idiosyncratic, informed by the season, our moods and the peculiarities of our dining schedules.
Sweeping panoramas of its many gables and roofs, graceful pans through its labyrinth, loving close-ups on its many details and architectural peculiarities.
Aside from his bibulous peculiarities, Old Roy is generous, brave, courteous and a keen lover of fun.
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First Known Use of peculiarity
PECULIARITY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of peculiarity for English Language Learners
: the quality or state of being unusual or peculiar
: something that is unusual or peculiar in a person or thing
PECULIARITY Defined for Kids
Definition of peculiarity for Students
- All of us have some peculiarities.
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