Definition of "uniquity" [u•niq•ui•ty]

  • The state or quality of being unique. (noun)

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Use "uniquity" in a sentence
  • "Is it a uniquity (ph) of the -- of your route structure?"
  • "WEISSER: Well, I mean, considering the rarity of this particular pair of jeans and that, in the whole world there may be only four to six pair of the time period, the value of the jeans is definitely justifiable based on the uniquity (sic) of the piece."
  • "The experiences, opinions, and emotions which it is composed of is of the utmost uniquity, and cannot be repeated."
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