Definitions of "special"
  1. Something that stands out owing to a unique characteristic or quality
  2. Something that is connected to a specific item or group of items and has a distinctive nature
  3. Something that is additional to what is usual or normal
  4. A solution or provision specifically arranged as a response to a demand not addressed by standard methods
  5. Something that is specifically created or chosen to serve a distinct purpose or for a special event
  6. Something thoroughly detailed and itemized, providing specific information
How to use "special" in a sentence
  1. The lawyer advocated for a special hearing due to the unique circumstances of the case.
  2. The judge instructed the clerk to file a special report detailing the court’s daily operations.
  3. The parties agreed to form a special committee to oversee the implementation of the agreement.

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