noun, plural par·tic·u·lar·i·ties.
- particular affirmative,
- particular average,
- particular negative,
- particular solution,
- particulars of claim,
Origin of particularity
Examples from the Web for particularity
The particularity of the crimes documented there is what most chilled me on a trip to Ludwigsburg to research a book.Is There an Expiration Date on Evil? Former Nazi Guards Face Trial|Leonard Rosen|November 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
“The particularity of our study is that it is the first conducted on a country-wide level,” she tells The Daily Beast in Paris.
The particularity with which the personal charms of women are described deserves attention.Wine, Women, and Song|Various
His particularity in little things has often been commented on.Recollections and Letters of General Robert E. Lee|(His Son) Captain Robert E. Lee
Then Villemet proceeded to execute his commission with all frigid politeness and particularity.The French Prisoners of Norman Cross|Arthur Brown
The events are set forth with such conscientiousness and particularity as to have exhausted the possibilities of narration.The Collected Works of Ambrose Bierce|Ambrose Bierce
The Luxembourg gardens I have spoken of with some particularity in another place.Paris: With Pen and Pencil|David W. Bartlett
noun plural -ties
1520s, from Middle French particularité, from Late Latin particularitatem (nominative particularitas), from Latin particularis (see particular).