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[ UK /ˌɪndɪvˌɪdjuːˈælɪti/ ]
[ US /ˌɪnˌdɪvɪdʒuˈæɫɪti/ ]
  1. the quality of being individual
    so absorbed by the movement that she lost all sense of individuality
  2. the distinct personality of an individual regarded as a persisting entity
    you can lose your identity when you join the army
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How To Use individuality In A Sentence

  • Some may balk at the frivolous approach to taking drugs, but few series are as vocal in their celebration of youthful individuality. Times, Sunday Times
  • The 15 spaces have only their fierce commitment to individuality (and, of course, their amenities) in common, ranging in style from slick minimalism to full-on kitsch.
  • Her grids may symbolize pigeonholes but she pays homage to the individuality of people.
  • The best wines of this region can truly stand alone in quality and individuality.
  • Uniform extinguishes individuality, a man becomes a waiter, a sommelier, a maitre d' hotel.
  • The argument is that without distinct individuals that are metaphysically prior to the relations, there is nothing to stand in the irreflexive relations that are supposed to confer individuality on the relata. Structural Realism
  • Instead, the blandness of the Hollywood versions merely underlines the oddness, individuality and appeal of the originals.
  • Boring mealtimes are set to be spiced up, as Irish designers produce statement pieces for the table that bring individuality to place settings.
  • Her gift for melody, her insistence on shaping almost every piece as a song, gives her work a stamp of individuality.
  • Three chapters of this book directly address diversity, defined here as more than just race; diversity means individuality.
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