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“We are increasingly looking into taking successful formats and then making them in other languages — not translating it, but rather refitting it to fit the particularities of the culture,” Osborn said.

From Digiday

Some of the constitutional particularities have changed, but the fundamental issues have not.

From Time

Conducting meaningful review and having particularity in citing violations is also necessary, she said.

He had himself embraced Islam, though his coworkers do not remember him as being particularity religious.

The particularity of the crimes documented there is what most chilled me on a trip to Ludwigsburg to research a book.

“The particularity of our study is that it is the first conducted on a country-wide level,” she tells The Daily Beast in Paris.

How to get over, how to escape from, the besotting particularity of fiction.

The first trial which has been reported with any degree of particularity belongs to the year 1324.

When I thought on the cause of her particularity about Rachel, I could not laugh any more at her strangeness.

As the French army were the assailants, it is needless to describe with any particularity their original formation.

These I shall recount in another volume at another time, with such particularity as those histories may demand.


On this page you'll find 73 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to particularity, such as: idiosyncrasy, peculiarity, singularity, uniqueness, air, and character.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.