noun, plural spe·ci·al·i·ties. Chiefly British.
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Origin of speciality
Words nearby speciality
Example sentences from the Web for specialities
All the girls began now to leave the great hall, with the exception of the Specialities and Sibyl Ray.Betty Vivian|L. T. Meade
It has a good cook, it has its specialities of cuisine, and it has a particularly good cellar of wines.The Gourmet's Guide to Europe|Algernon Bastard
Sects and parties, under the different systems of belief or polity, and the specialities of creed and policy that divide them.The Nuttall Encyclopaedia|Edited by Rev. James Wood
The world belongs to the stomach which is independent of specialities.More Hunting Wasps|J. Henri Fabre
The marmalade and the muffins were the specialities which denoted the expected advent of company.Rogues and Vagabonds|George R. Sims
British Dictionary definitions for specialities
mainly US and Canadian specialty
noun plural -ties
- a service or product specialized in, as at a restaurantroast beef was a speciality of the house
- (as modifier)a speciality dish