being the only one of its type
considered nonstandard unusual
"he is alone in the field of microbiology"
"this theory is altogether alone in its penetration of the problem"
"Bach was unique in his handling of counterpoint"
"craftsmen whose skill is unequaled"
"unparalleled athletic ability"
"a breakdown of law unparalleled in our history"
"a species unique to Australia"
"a singular example"
"the unique existing example of Donne's handwriting"
"a unique copy of an ancient manuscript"
"certain types of problems have unique solutions"
"spoke with a unique accent"
"had unique ability in raising funds"
"a frankness unique in literature"
"a unique dining experience"
He hath lost..his unic Son in the very flower of his age.
出自： J. Howell
That unique specimen: an Irishman who turned his back on history.
出自： R. Cobb
I am now at one of the most unique writers' colonies imaginable.