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Singularity, the quality of being alone in one's kind, peculiarity: “put thyself into the trick of s.” Tw. II, 5, 164. “let's hear in what fashion, more than his s., he goes upon this present action,” Cor. I, 1, 282 (independently from his peculiar private character). Used of things, == rarity, curiosity: “your gallery have we passed through, not without much content in many --es,” Wint. V, 3, 12.
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