The human mind is uniquely unprepared to grasp the basic facts of Weather Apocalypse for two reasons.
That whole episode is so special, and that scene with Guillermo, in particular, is uniquely meaningful.
And, of course, this propensity for insincerity is uniquely attributed to the Palestinians; it is not applicable to Israelis.
Add to this the last four years of foreign policy experience, and she has a uniquely strong resume for a presidential run.
Women in the military have to fight alongside men, but they grapple with uniquely female issues—including motherhood.
To Parisien and visitor alike they are accounted among the uniquely characteristic features of the city's routine life.
Well he understood her regret for that uniquely sharp speech of hers.
The face is such as has been given to no other human being; it was and is uniquely Milton's.
The loss was like that of an only and uniquely beloved child.
Not three paces away a uniquely familiar figure was threading in and out the changing maze-it was Mike Gaynor.
c.1600, "single, solitary," from French unique, from Latin unicus "single, sole," from unus "one" (see one). Meaning "forming the only one of its kind" is attested from 1610s; erroneous sense of "remarkable, uncommon" is attested from mid-19c.