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Use "peculiarness" in a sentence
"Probably no more important ideal has influenced the peculiarness of our society more than the truism that comes from the Declaration of Independence:"
"Well, I suppose the penguin is a pretty peculiar kind of creature when you think about it, but it's quite a robust kind of peculiarness, and the bird is perfectly well adapted to the world in which it finds itself, in a way that the kakapo is not."
"One of the many many reasons why people thought him insane was because of the peculiarity of his house which, even in a land where most people's houses were peculiar in one way or another, was quite extreme in his peculiarness."