one-of-a-kind

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one-of-a-kind (comparative more one-of-a-kind, superlative most one-of-a-kind)

  1. unique, singular, sui generis

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one-of-a-kind (plural one-of-a-kinds)

  1. A unique example.
    • 2002, Joan Muyskens Pursley, The World's Most Beautiful Dolls: Volume Two[1]:
      Today, though, most artists create at least some one-of-a-kind dolls, and many create nothing but one-of-a-kinds.

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