Particularity Par*tic`u*lar"i*ty, n.; pl. Particularities. [Cf. F. particularit['e].] 1. The state or quality of being particular; distinctiveness; circumstantiality; minuteness in detail. 2. That which is particular; as: (a) Peculiar quality; individual characteristic; peculiarity. ``An old heathen altar with this particularity.'' --Addison. (b) Special circumstance; minute detail; particular. ``Even descending to particularities.'' --Sir P. Sidney. (c) Something of special or private concern or interest. Let the general trumpet blow his blast, Particularities and petty sounds To cease! --Shak.