noun, plural pe·cu·li·ar·i·ties.
- peculiar institution,
- peculiar people,
- pecuniary advantage,
Origin of peculiarity
Examples from the Web for peculiarity
“The peculiarity of this book is that I never saw it coming,” Burke said.James Lee Burke Talks About His Fiction, History, and the American Dream|David Masciotra|July 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Adding to the peculiarity of the case is the lack of motive.
But it is precisely here that the peculiarity of St. John's mode of thought comes in.The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Revelation|William Milligan
It is a peculiarity of the firs that they hold their cones erect.Trees Every Child Should Know|Julia Ellen Rogers
This peculiarity arises from the relation of the song to the story.Indian Story and Song|Alice C. Fletcher
It is a peculiarity of that text to write he for I, and a feature of Marys hand accounts for the error.The Mystery of Mary Stuart|Andrew Lang
This peculiarity is what will most strike every stranger in the appearance of the accomplished laureate.