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6. indentation, dent, dint, dimple, concavity, depression, impression; scratch, scrape, mark, spot, speckle, speck, flaw, fault; chip, nick, chink, notch, groove, crevice, furrow, rut; hole, pit, hollow, cavity, crater, excavation.

pectoral, adj. 1. thoracic, chest, breast, bosom, bust; ventral, front.
2. heartfelt, deep-felt, poignant,
Archaic, homefelt; intense, wholehearted, enthusiastic, fervent, fervid, perfervid, ardent, zealous, passionate, impassioned; genuine, Inf. for real, earnest, sincere, serious, sober, profound; innermost, inmost, deep-seated, deep-rooted, Scot., Irish, benmost, most private or privy, personal, intimate, confidential; near and dear, cherished, precious, close, beloved.
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Speech, (of a vocal quality) resonant, sonorous, full-toned, full, rich; deep, low, bass, basso, baritone, low-pitched, in the low register; resounding, booming, big, strong, heavy.
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pulmonary, lung, lobar, respiratory,

peculate, v. embezzle, misappropriate, Law. defalcate, misapply, misuse; steal, rob, purloin, abstract; dip into the public purse, Inf rob the till, Inf. have one's hand in the till; defraud, swindle, thieve, filch, cheat; pluck, fleece, rook, bilk.

peculiar, adj. 1. odd, curious, queer, offbeat, quizzical, cranky, Inf. funny; deviate, deviant, aberrant, anomalous, anomalistic, abnormal, irregular, incongruous, erratic; strange, weird, bizarre, grotesque, SI. freaky, freakish, SI. rum, SI. far out; monstrous, heteroclite, heteroclitical, unnatural; quaint, eccentric, droll, comical, laughable, Inf quirky, SI. squirrely, SI. buggy; fanciful, whimsical, capricious, waggish, notional, maggoty, crotchety, SI. balmy, Chiefly Brit. barmy; fantastic, incredible, inconceivable, ridiculous, ludicrous, absurd, preposterous, outlandish, extravagant; nondescript, amorphous, indescribable, un-classifiable.
2. unconventional, uncommon, unusual, unique, unorthodox, uncustomary, unwonted, rare, out of the ordinary, out of the way; atypical, original, singular, exceptional, individual, lone, sole, solitary, select; unexampled, unparalleled, unprecedented, unfamiliar, uncomfortable; extraordinary, egregious, astonishing; exotic, unreal, fey, supernatural, preternatural.
3. distinct, distinctive, distinguished, diacritical, striking, marked, conspicuous, remarkable, notable, signal, outstanding, especial.
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(usu. followed by of) characteristic, indicative, representative, typical, denotative, designative, conno-tative, suggestive, symptomatic, symptomatologic, symptomatological, diagnostic, Med. pathognomic, Med. pathognomical; (usu. followed by to) indigenous, intrinsic, innate, endemic, significant, significative, meaningful; idiocratic, idiosyncratic, idiomatic; indicatory, implicative, exhibitive, expressive, evidential, discriminative; distinguishing, identifying, defining, signifying, signalizing, denominative, differential, quintessential.
5. exclusive, unique, special, particular, limited, proper, specific, individual, personal; private, secret, confidential, intimate, inner, esoteric.

peculiarity, n. 1. idiosyncrasy, idiocrasy, eccentricity, mannerism, quirk, twist, kink, hobby-horse; quip, crotchet, whim, caprice, flight of fancy; aberration, aberrance, aberrancy, deviation, anomaly, Rare. anomalism.
2. oddity, curiosity, rarity; irregularity, incongruity, variation, abnormality, discrepancy, difference, variance, dissimilitude, disparity, inconsistency; exception, singularity, particularity.
3. oddness, strangeness, queerness, bizarreness, curiousness, quirkiness, incongruousness; uncommonness, uncommonality, unconventionality, unusualness, uniqueness, exception, singularity, singularness, individuality, individualness, distinctiveness; monstrousness, unnaturalness, freakishness; whimsicality, capriciousness, fancifulness, waggishness; outlandishness, preposterousness, extravagance.


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