[ US /juˈnik/ ]
[ UK /juːnˈiːk/ ]
[ UK /juːnˈiːk/ ]
(followed by `to') applying exclusively to a given category or condition or locality
a species unique to Australia
radically distinctive and without equal
a breakdown of law unparalleled in our history
unparalleled athletic ability
he is alone in the field of microbiology
this theory is altogether alone in its penetration of the problem
Bach was unique in his handling of counterpoint
craftsmen whose skill is unequaled
highly unusual or rare but not the single instance
spoke with a unique accent
a frankness unique in literature
a unique dining experience
had unique ability in raising funds
the single one of its kind
a unique copy of an ancient manuscript
the unique existing example of Donne's handwriting
a singular example
certain types of problems have unique solutions
How To Use unique In A Sentence
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- The work is done by prisoners at a unique computor workshop inside Gloucester jail, visited this afternoon by Princess Anne.
- These results indicate that, depending on the unique features of a given learning, experience, very different classes of mechanisms can be engaged to subserve memory in a particular time domain.
- The key to the sealant is a family of unique mussel adhesive proteins containing a high concentration of dihydroxyphenylalanine, an amino acid. The Money Times - finance news, lifestyle, markets, investment, personal finance, banking, retirement planning
- A unique feature of VTM - 4 is that it drives the rear wheels whenever the vehicle accelerates, even on dry pavement.
- Lawrence Pietroni has created two uniquely alluring charactersRuby and Isaand spins a story that feels mythical or folkloric, that is driven by a mystery, throbs with tension, and ends in conflagration. Ruby's Spoon: Summary and book reviews of Ruby's Spoon by Anna Lawrence Pietroni.
- Finishing beef on grass presents a unique challenge to this re-emerging enterprise.
- He paints in oils and acrylics with a unique sense of color and shape.
- The line of stemware and tumblers feature a unique magnesium-based crystal that the company says eliminates the trade-off between clarity and durability in this product category.
- I was studying a phenomenon known since 1908 as the phototaxy of chloroplasts: the property of some algae living at the surface of ponds to orient their large unique chloroplast according to the intensity of light; if the light was too intense, the chloroplast turned inside the tubular cell to present its edge. Luc Montagnier - Autobiography