The public should know how particular surveillance programs work, at least at a high level of generality.
There are many species of these animals; some of them as large as a full-sized sheep, but the generality of them are much smaller.
Now, the fact is, I am a very bad painter, but not much worse than the generality.
And he wondered suddenly for the first time why he had been made so different to the generality of men.
And too much encouraged, I doubt, my dear, by the generality of our sex!
And take heed of falling into a dividing party, which separateth from the generality of the truly wise and godly people.
I speak of the generality, not of the few black swans among us.
Such a judgment is iniquitous, absurd and false in its generality, and baneful in its consequences.
On their heads were broad slouching hats: the generality of them were bare-footed.
The real character of the new king was very little known to the generality of the nation.
c.1400, from Old French generalité, from Latin generalitatem (nominative generalitas) "generality," from generalis (see general (adj.)). Related: Generalities. Form generalty is attested from late 14c.