Definition of specialty
1. That in which one specializes; a chosen expertise or talent.
They cook well overall, but their true specialty is pasta.
3. A particular or peculiar case.
4. An attribute or quality peculiar to a species.
5. A contract or obligation under seal; a contract by deed; a writing, under seal, given as security for a debt particularly specified.
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I met lots of people from all over the world, ate lots of sausages, sauerkraut, pretzels, and other German specialities...
His specialty is the ‘bouillabaisse’, and he does it very well; but his pâtés are not bad either. And his wines. Oh! His wines!
Mark Teal would turn his small chain of stores into international food speciality markets.
While I was waiting for my turn, I was looking at the specialities and I realised how hungry I was.
The speciality there was paella.
At the buffet table he puts assorted Swedish specialities on his plate.
was that universal supremacy of which the Germans were everlastingly boasting? Excellent workers in science; tenacious and short-sighted academicians, each wrapped in his specialty!
"My speciality is Shakespeare," said our new friend, helping himself carefully to the salad in front of him.
Bill: His specialty was the Civil War, and now he doesn’t even know that a civil war was, let alone who won ours.
I am nothing, no specialty, and sometimes I am positively bored.