Adding to the peculiarity of the case is the lack of motive.
“The peculiarity of this book is that I never saw it coming,” Burke said.
John Leech was very fond of illustrating this peculiarity of the French people, in Punch, years ago.
The peculiarity of my temper is, ma'am, that I won't be swallowed up alive.'
And his peculiarity was that all his transactions in this way were done by cash—bank-notes or gold—instead of by cheque.
What was the peculiarity about the mine which constituted its recommendation to investors?
The first peculiarity is this, that living organisms are not stable but stationary forms.
It is said to be for this peculiarity that the scarabæus was venerated by the ancient Egyptians.
It is no impropriety—no peculiarity—no wrong thought or deed of yours, that occasions it.
The peculiarity of the church is that the tower is at the east end.