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Singularity

noun

1) The quality or state of being singular; some character or quality of a thing by which it is distinguished from all, or from most, others; peculiarity.

2) Anything singular, rare, or curious.

3) Possession of a particular or exclusive privilege, prerogative, or distinction.

4) Celibacy.

Examples Sentences for

Singularity

1) For Lawrence, as for William Blake, Singularity and infinity are not opposites: on the contrary, simply to see something as it is, in all of its unique specificity, is to perceive a kind of infinity.
2) -LRB- However , it is theoretically possible for a traveler to enter a rotating black hole , avoid the Singularity , and travel into a rotating white hole which allows the traveler to escape into another universe
3) For Lawrence, as for William Blake, Singularity and infinity are not opposites: on the contrary, simply to see something as it is, in all of its unique specificity, is to perceive a kind of infinity.