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noun as in bag

noun as in feature

noun as in forte

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Example Sentences

The only speciality tool required was a T50 Torx bit for two of the seatbelt mounts.

Most commonly recommended for children, this can be consumed by drinking a speciality formula prepared by a doctor, or administered via a feeding tube inserted through the patient’s nose and into the stomach.

From Time

Choosing a city like Houston to focus on the energy sector, “makes sense and is a smart way” to “expand your market by a speciality,” and find areas of coverage that differentiate the FT from other publications covering that sector as well.

From Digiday

The company, which has a 20-year history, said Fund V was “substantially oversubscribed” and will focus on the funds main specialities in software, fintech, marketplaces and the consumer internet.

Bring on all the speciality desserts, tasty quiches, and perfectly grilled steak.

The DoD order requires services to develop "gender-neutral" standards for each speciality.

The house speciality is a shot-ski—a wooden ski holding a dozen shot glasses.

The speciality was mutton tagine, softly braised in the tagine pot with peas, vegetables, and spices.

Thus the scale of sorrow from sad melancholy to painful suffering became the speciality of the Dsseldorf school.

She had a speciality for making coffee, and really it was quite drinkable.

Never before in the annals of that great school had a Speciality been known to tell a story of another girl.

Later, his speciality was the taking off of foreigners—a sorry means of inciting to laughter for a man of intellect.

On the morning of that day Fanny made another effort to induce Betty to renounce the idea of becoming a Speciality.


On this page you'll find 251 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to speciality, such as: aspect, characteristic, facet, idiosyncrasy, peculiarity, and quality.

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