The two schools are similar in every particular. The police refused to divulge the particulars of the case.
She did not have a particular café in mind for their get-together.
An area known for its particular style of architecture.
To rummage for a particular earring.
No particular reason for going.
“some people have red hair” is a particular proposition.
I don't appreciate your particular brand of cynicism.
My five favorite places are, in no particular order, New York, Chicago, Paris, San Francisco and London.
I didn't have any particular interest in the book.
He brought no particular news.
She was the particular belle of the party.
A full and particular account of an accident.
A particular estate, or one precedent to an estate in remainder.
A particular tenant.
A particular proposition, opposed to "universal", e.g. (particular affirmative) "Some men are wise"; (particular negative) "Some men are not wise".
Temporal blessings, whether such as concern the public [...] or such as concern our particular.
An example of particular is a certain shoe style that a woman likes.
An example of particular is a specific statement in a legal document that needs to be reviewed.
- Particularly; especially:.The children enjoyed the zoo; in particular, they liked the monkeys.
- Particularly; especially.
Origin of particular
- Middle English particuler from Old French from Late Latin particulāris from Latin particula diminutive of pars part- part part
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition