Generality [noun]

Definition of Generality:

vague notion

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Sentence/Example of Generality:

Legg refers to this type of generality as “one-algorithm,” versus the “one-brain” generality humans have.

The big difference with this new robot scientist is its generality.

In the eighth line we have “bells” seven times repeated in all—bells being taken in their utmost generality, viz., musical action.

THE generality of naturalists are of opinion that the perfume called civet, or musk, is furnished only by one species of animals.

The tale-tellers and the gossips—for they exist here as in the generality of sacred places—are distributed in various directions.

The seats are disposed in six parallel ranges, and the generality are quite good enough for anybody.

He thrives very well, like the generality of parsons, and will be a long liver if careful.

The generality of people wear a double tunic reaching to the half of the leg.

On their heads were broad slouching hats: the generality of them were bare-footed.

These questions made the generality believe that Aladdin was mad.