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specific
  1. A distinguishing attribute or quality.
  2. A specific remedy.
  3. Specification
  4. (plural) The details; particulars.
  5. Synonyms:
  6. Examples:
    1. “At this stage, I am not able to provide a specific of any sort for this case.”
      “The two cabinets look similar but differ in one identifiable specific, and that is the type of wood used.”
      “He suffered from an ailment for which there was no specific.”
specificity
  1. The state of being specific rather than general.
  2. (statistics) The probability, in a binary test, of a true negative being correctly identified.
  3. (medicine) The extent to which a particular diagnostic test is specific for a given condition.
  4. Synonyms:
  5. Examples:
    1. “That very specificity of chemical action is often a highly prized medicinal property.”
      “In this study, no amplification of hemolytic streptococci was seen indicating the high specificity of this typing method.”
      “By contrast, the Acmeists demanded a return to clarity, specificity, the concrete.”
specifier
  1. A person or thing that specifies.
  2. (linguistics) A component of a phrase that is non-recursive and not found as a sister of the head of the phrase, but rather as a daughter of the maximal projection of the phrase.
  3. Examples:
    1. “The specifier should explain the risks and associated consequences to the owner before the project begins.”
      “The company is probably the largest specifier and constructor of artificial rockwork in the United States.”
      “The essential feature of this specifier is a loss of interest in most activities, or lack of reactivity to usually pleasurable stimuli, i.e., anhedonia.”
specification
  1. An explicit set of requirements to be satisfied by a material, product, or service.
  2. An act of specifying.
  3. Synonyms:
  4. Examples:
    1. “A clear specification of the issue has been provided to management.”
      “It would have been easy to include this requirement as a specification in the statute.”
      “The generic wrapper engine transforms user requests into a plan for extracting the relevant data according to the specification.”
specificker
  1. (pejorative) A homoeopathic practitioner who sought to ascertain the aetiologies of diseases, focusing on the symptoms most regularly associated with their diagnosis (to the exclusion of peripheral and occasional symptoms), and who, for their treatment, selected remedies (administered in more-or-less undiluted form) on the basis of their general physiological effects, ignoring incidental and side-effects. [mid- to late-19th c., first attested in 1847 and common in the 1860s.]
specificness
  1. Specificity, the state of being specific
  2. Synonyms:
  3. Examples:
    1. “A second problem about taking stories as moral examples is their specificness.”
      “I miss in obvious ways the intensity and specificness a particular book can have at a particular time.”
specifications
  1. A set of requirements defining an exact description of an object or a process.
  2. Synonyms:
  3. Examples:
    1. “One way to determine this is to build a scale model in accordance with all the specifications.”
      “Building stone and roof tiles have to conform to rigid specifications, and must be locally sourced.”
      “I had spent the last week creating a resume that met my Dad's specifications.”
specifiability
  1. The quality of being specifiable.
specifications
  1. plural of specification
  2. Synonyms:
  3. Examples:
    1. “One way to determine this is to build a scale model in accordance with all the specifications.”
      “Building stone and roof tiles have to conform to rigid specifications, and must be locally sourced.”
      “I had spent the last week creating a resume that met my Dad's specifications.”
specificalness
  1. (archaic) The quality of being specific.
specifick
  1. Obsolete form of specific.
specifics
  1. plural of specific
  2. Particulars; details.
  3. Synonyms:
  4. Examples:
    1. “The rhetoric of both men focused more on moral values than policy specifics.”
      “Could you get into some specifics regarding the different types of space fighters and their weapons?”
      “And like most people I've encountered there, I don't recall the specifics of making his acquaintance.”
specifity
  1. Misspelling of specificity.
specificnesses
specifickers
  1. plural of specificker
specificities
  1. plural of specificity
  2. Synonyms:
  3. Examples:
    1. “While we have multiple sensory modalities, with thousands of different specificities, many of them have a common core.”
      “Individuals with the same history of sensitization have similar patterns of antibody specificities to latex proteins.”
      “In the remaining studies, the calculated and reported specificities were the same.”
specifiers
  1. plural of specifier
  2. Examples:
    1. “All in all, their collective efforts will help specifiers and builders recognize a mason contractor's quality work.”
      “Java has the access specifiers private, protected, public, and the default specifier package that does not have a keyword.”
      “The universal rating system will enable architects, specifiers and construction professionals to meet sustainability targets more easily.”
specificks
  1. plural of specifick
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