from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Uniqueness.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun rare The quality or state of being unique; uniqueness.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun The state or quality of being
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Is it a uniquity (ph) of the -- of your route structure?
WEISSER: Well, I mean, considering the rarity of this particular pair of jeans and that, in the whole world there may be only four to six pair of the time period, the value of the jeans is definitely justifiable based on the uniquity (sic) of the piece.
The experiences, opinions, and emotions which it is composed of is of the utmost uniquity, and cannot be repeated.
Turning into a dark doorway, the woman switched light into an electric dome, illuminating an interior apartment transformed, by a wildly original taste in eccentric decoration, into a lounging room of such distressful uniquity that it would have bred unrest in the soul of a lotus-eater.
He bore a countenance of amiable insouciance through the portals of this festal institution whose proudest boast and -- incidentally -- sole claim to uniquity is that it never opens its doors before midnight nor closes them before dawn.
Where they enter into his plan is in the practice, which some of them have followed, of striking off on vellum or other special substance half a dozen copies, which from their _presqu 'uniquity_
That he was unique appeared so undeniable, it was deemed not pertinent to inquire wherein the uniquity consisted.
That he was unique appeared so undeniable, that it was deemed impertinent to inquire wherein the uniquity consisted.
I lament that the summer is over; not because of its uniquity, but because you two made it so delightful to me, that six weeks of gout could not sour it.
I know these two are not so good as the white: but, as rarities, a collector would give ten times more for them; and uniquity will make them valued more than the charming poetry.