use peculiars in a sentence.
Tbefe are therefore called peculiars, and are of feveral forts.
The Primate established his right to these "peculiars," and the right obtained until the last century, when all such holdings were abolished by law.
My peculiars, particularly Miss Howe, would give it that turn; and I myself could mean nothing by it, but to see if it would be accepted in order to strengthen my own arguments against Mr. Solmes.
If we may judge by that expression of his, which you were pleased with at the time; ‘That upon true quality, and hereditary distinction, if good sense were not wanting, humour sat as easy as his glove;’ that, with as familiar an air, was his familiar expression; ‘while none but the prosperous upstart, MUSHROOMED into rank, (another of his peculiars,) was arrogantly proud of it.’ —
The praise thou givest to her ingenuousness, is another of thy peculiars.