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SPECIALITY, SPECIALTY

"Speciality, in the sense of 'distinctive quality,' is preferable to specialty, since specialty is also used in the sense of 'distinctive thing.'"


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Speciality, Specialty.—Speciality is the state or quality of being unique or peculiar; or it is a distinguishing characteristic or feature of some person or thing. A specialty is activity or production limited to one particular line of work; or it is an article of a peculiar kind, or one dealt in exclusively by one person or firm.

1) The speciality of Stephen King's writing is its passionateness.

2) A speciality of function, by calling forth a corresponding speciality of structure, produces an increasingly efficient discharge of that function.

3) The tea trade is our specialty.

4) No young man can hope to be entirely successful without making himself a perfect master of some industrial or professional specialty.

MISUSED ENGLISH WORDS > Aggravating, Irritating > Both, Each, Every > Continual, Continuous > Decided, Decisive > Existing, Extant > First, Second, Secondly > Good, Well > Human, Humane > Identity, Identification > Learn, Teach > Materialize, Appear > Negligence, Neglect > Observation, Observance > Prescribe, Proscribe > Relationship, Relation > Sewage, Sewerage > Transpire, Happen > Union, Unity > Visitant, Visitor > Show ALL