Special points of consideration; particulars.(noun)
Chiefly British A specialty.(noun)
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Use "speciality" in a sentence
"An academic whose research speciality is deep-sea fish, Mathilde, has a hobby of following people round the city."
"Anonymous said ... our speciality is in helping to inform consumers of tangled web that is auto insurance quotes information."
"I do rent a car twice or thrice a year when we need to visit various cemetaries, but outside these times I can manage shopping either just carrying stuff or getting home delivery; our speciality is going to a nearby Conan home centre and buying two or three trolleys full of kitchen and bathroom items, which we can get delivered to our door for just 800 yen."