Word of the Day: Unique

u-nique / yu̇-ˈnēk   adjective  
  1. unlike anything else
Every person born in this world represents something new, something that never existed before, something original and unique. Martin Buber, 1878-1965  
  1. being one of its kind
Each second we live is a new and unique moment of the universe; a moment that never was before and never will be again. Pablo Casals, 1876-1973  
  1. distinctly characteristic of something
There is an emergent enlightenment appearing today, unique to no particular culture or ethnicity. Marianne Williamson, 1952-  
  1. limited to only one outcome
Knowing that a differential equation has a unique solution is sometimes more important than actually having the solution itself! tutorial.math.lamar.edu/Classes/DE/IoV.aspx  
  1. unusual; not commonly found
There is a certain unique and strange delight about walking down an empty street alone. Sylvia Plath, 1932-1963   noun  
  1. the only one of its kind
The unique must be fulfilled. Martha Graham, 1894-1991