n. state of being exceptional, remarkableness, state of being extraordinary

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  • exceptionalness — noun see exceptional …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • exceptionalness — See exceptionality. * * * …   Universalium

  • exceptionalness — ex·cep·tion·al·ness …   English syllables

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  • exceptional — adjective Date: 1787 1. forming an exception ; rare < an exceptional number of rainy days > 2. better than average ; superior < exceptional skill > 3. deviating from the norm: as a. having above or below average intelligence …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • exceptional — exceptionality, n. exceptionally, adv. exceptionalness, n. /ik sep sheuh nl/, adj. 1. forming an exception or rare instance; unusual; extraordinary: The warm weather was exceptional for January. 2. unusually excellent; superior: an exceptional… …   Universalium

  • remarkableness — re mark·a·ble·ness || rɪ mÉ‘rkÉ™blnɪs / mɑː n. noteworthiness, state of being worthy of attention; extraordinariness, exceptionalness …   English contemporary dictionary

  • distinctness — n 1. separatenesss, discreteness, individuality, unconnectedness; difference, dissimilarity, dissimilitude, unlikeness, disparateness. 2. clearness, vividness, graphicness, manifestness, obviousness, plainness; certainness, lucidity, pointedness …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • eccentricity — n 1. oddity, curiosity, rarity; irregularity, incongruity, variation, abnormality, discrepancy, difference, variance, dissimilitude, disparity, inconsistency; exception, singularity, particularity; idiosyncrasy, idiocrasy, mannerism, quirk, twist …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • extremity — n 1. limit, outer limit, farthest point, horizon, the end of the earth; ambit, bound, boundary, border, frontier; periphery, margin, edge, rim, brim, brow, lip, ridge, verge, brink; ultimate, end, finale, termination, terminal, terminus. 2. limb …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

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