[ UK /juːnˈiːknəs/ ]
[ US /juˈniknəs/ ]
  1. the quality of being one of a kind
    that singularity distinguished him from all his companions
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How To Use uniqueness In A Sentence

  • Many people use examples from ethology (the study of animal behaviour) and in particular primatology (the study of primates) ‘not just to support the idea of animal rights but to denigrate human claims of uniqueness and special status’.
  • In terms of plant species selection, plant configuration, and plant landscape artistic conception creating, religious garden landscape specially showed its uniqueness in religion space organization.
  • Adhering to the principles of innovation, detail, uniqueness, change-place-reflect, we offer our best service to enterprises and government, and get a favorable reception from our customers.
  • GROSS: You have a very unique voice, and physically one of the reasons for part of the uniqueness of your singing is that you don't have a uvula, which is that … Ms. O'DAY: Oh, you read my book … GROSS: I did read your book. Anita O'Day: Revisiting A Classic Voice
  • Your uniqueness is what makes you special, so let it come out. "dude, I'm almost crying."
  • This results in the "valorization" - Marxist jargon for value enhancement - "of all that which renders the life of an individual unique" - which is to say our concern for our uniqueness, our identity in social contexts, becomes a kind of value-generating capital, or rather a circulating commodity. PopMatters
  • This blend of embodied response and universal import closely resembles Kant's own procedure, for he too insists both on the uniqueness and the communicability of aesthetic judgment. Rhyming Sensation in 'Mont Blanc'
  • Molecular biology associates our individuality with the uniqueness of the genes.
  • From my parents, who serve as a primary reference point, I begin to understand both my uniqueness and universality together with my continuity and discontinuity with the past and the present.
  • It has been studied little apart from a small community of virologists interested in the fundamental properties and uniqueness of the virus.
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