We know the particulars of the George Washington Bridge-Gate scandal well enough not to revisit them in full here.
It revealed a willingness to negotiate on the particulars to get something through.
Agents duly interviewed him and ran his particulars through the available databases.
The particulars of this case, in fact, reek with the stench of crony capitalism.
But there are particulars that vary from household to household and community to community.
I have not asked the particulars, but I know that everything was done that could have been done to save her.
Mr. Trant now called the Scourges aft, and asked more of the particulars.
Dr. Nash found out that all these particulars were of Dave's communicating.
The subject is curious and interesting; we may, therefore, enter into some particulars.
I will meet you here to-morrow morning if you should wish to arrange any particulars.
late 14c., "pertaining to a single thing or person," from Old French particuler (14c., Modern French particulier) and directly from Late Latin particularis "of a part, concerning a small part," from Latin particula "particle" (see particle). Sense of "precise, exacting" first recorded 1814.
"a part or section of a whole," late 14c., from particular (adj.). Particulars "small details of statement" is from c.1600.