a solution of a differential equation containing no arbitrary constants.
- Compare general solution.
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How to use particular solution in a sentence
This particular solution—a one-year window in which victims can file cases outside the previous statute of limitations—has received growing acceptance in the case of childhood victims.Will NY Pols Let Adult Sexual-Abuse Survivors Get Justice? | Emily Shugerman | May 7, 2021 | The Daily Beast
She did not appear to favour any particular solution of the question or any particular candidate for the Crown.Lord Lyons: A Record of British Diplomacy | Thomas Wodehouse Legh Newton
The flaw in this situation was that Eugene, after getting Suzanne in his arms once more, had no particular solution to offer.The "Genius" | Theodore Dreiser
I realise that the particular solution of the Irish Question which is about to be unfolded is the utilisation of our bogs.Ireland In The New Century | Horace Plunkett
It is evident that this particular solution of the difficulty can never generally prevail.Music in the History of the Western Church | Edward Dickinson