singularity

Part of speech: adverb

Singularly.

Part of speech: noun

The state of being singular; a peculiarity.

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Usage examples "singularity":

  1. Perhaps- there were people base enough to whisper this- they had feared the singularity of " letting on." - "A Crooked Mile", Oliver Onions.
  2. Even in that trying moment, the younger was impressed by the singularity of his friend's actions, though there was no opportunity to ask an explanation. - "The Land of Mystery", Edward S. Ellis.
  3. First of all, and principally, I believe, the strangeness and singularity of its tones; then there was something mysterious and uncommon associated with its use. - "Lavengro The Scholar, The Gypsy, The Priest", George Borrow.