individuality

[ in-duh-vij-oo-al-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF individuality

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INDIVIDUALITY

And this ideal of equality and individuality was fixed in the American mind.

We have no individuality, no self-poised strength, no sense of freedom.

Preponderance of individuality was ever a bar to foreign travel.

He cannot pass beyond his own individuality—he has no objective insight.

Something too much may have been said in modern times of the value of individuality.

A few have seemed to lose the sense of their own individuality in the universal cause or nature.

It takes its root in conventionality, the curse of all individuality and progress.

But his face was a marked one, showing his individuality in every line.

Indeed, in their individuality they reflect the character of those who built them.

I am well aware how he must be regarded who dares to assert his own individuality.

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