unusualness

NOUN
  1. uncommonness by virtue of being unusual
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How To Use unusualness In A Sentence

  • And that ‘unusualness’ could be anything: beauty, ugliness, deformity, eccentricity…..anything. The picture not taken « knitnut.net
  • Scholars have remarked on the unusualness of the cranium, citing a mix of H. erectus traits, such as a thick cranial bone and a pronounced browridge, and features commonly observed in more recent humans, such as a high forehead, and rounded braincase. Case of the Curious Cranium
  • You should be proud of this tradition and instead of pouring opprobrium upon those who wish to highlight the shortfall in the usually high standards of those constabularies, you should be welcoming this scrutiny for a sign of what it is, a reaction to the unusualness of the footage, a reaction of shock at the infrequency that violence towards the public is actually used. Diversity In Action (or ‘inaction’ if you prefer) « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG
  • This result may be eorrelated with the phase of recover process and unusualness of motive form.
  • In Chuang Tzu, the uniqueness and unusualness of characterization techniques lies in the changes occurring with the development of various philosophical themes.
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