It was also a peculiarly vulnerable one.
remains peculiarly difficult. (1918: 325)
Octopuses in particular are peculiarly other.
A peculiarly sharp and specially applied sense of the earth's overpopulation.
Moreover, Dharavi is a peculiarly commercialised slum.
The glass-ceiling phenomenon is proving peculiarly persistent.
Peculiarly, the epidemic did not affect the very young or very old quite as much.
Because of the peculiarly nocturnal habits of EU leaders, both require work at night.
But I must say that I think that Brother John’s coldness to me is peculiarly painful.
If you knew it, you are peculiarly situated: very near happiness; yes, within reach of it.
., and after the thing had closed with a peculiarly afflicting sermon the applause was enthusiastic.
I will now refer you to Langsdorff’s Voyages for a little circumstance in point, peculiarly interesting to the writer hereof.
As the peculiarly procreative generation born around the middle of the 20th century passes away, it will come to seem ever more normal.
But viruses against which there is no vaccine, either because they are very new, like SARS-CoV-2, or peculiarly sneaky, like HIV, can still kill millions.
“It’s nothing but misfortunes now,” she added suddenly with that peculiarly sedate air which children try hard to assume when they want to speak like grown-up people.
This trend is peculiarly marked in the Christian religion, in which the claim is usually made that a unique and “once for all” incarnation of God has occurred in Jesus Christ.
If one moment of time were peculiarly different from any other moment, identical physical phenomena occurring at different moments would require different amounts of energy, so that energy would not be conserved.
Aficionados of old-school arcade games should make a beeline for the peculiarly beautiful Pinball Hall of Fame, a nondescript warehouse where you can admire—and play—more than 150 operational pinball machines, from throwback games to modern wonders.
In Tripmaster Monkey: His Fake Book (1989), the main character—Whittman Ah Sing, named after Walt Whitman—narrates a peculiarly 20th-century American odyssey; the book combines Eastern and Western literary traditions while emphasizing the Americanness of its characters.
Aarhus (“the City of Smiles”, naturally) is almost unbearably lovely, from its airport – a kind of Tesco Metro-sized Ikea with one luggage carousel and a single, Santa Claus-like older gentleman very slowly checking passports – to the gorgeous, peculiarly Danish pink light that bathes its canal-lined streets at sunset in the spring.
- uniquely or characteristically
Example: these peculiarly cinematic elements
- in a manner differing from the usual or expected
- to a distinctly greater extent or degree than is common
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Aarhus the City of Smiles naturally is almost unbearably lovely from its airport – a kind of Tesco Metro-sized Ikea with one luggage carousel and a single Santa Claus-like older gentleman very slowly checking passports – to the gorgeous peculiarly Danish pink light that bathes its canal-lined streets at sunset in the spring