n. pl. in·di·vid·u·al·i·ties
a. The aggregate of qualities and characteristics that distinguish one person or thing from others; character: choices that were intended to express his individuality; monotonous towns lacking in individuality.
b. An individual or distinguishing feature.
2. The quality or state of being individual; singularity: She was so involved in the cause that she lost all sense of individuality.
3. A single, distinct entity.
4. Archaic Indivisibility.
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