for one's particular

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AdverbEdit

for one's particular

  1. (idiomatic, obsolete) For one's part; as far as one is concerned.
    • 1704 Jonathan Swift, A Tale of a Tub v:
      For my own particular, I cannot deny, that whatever I have said upon this occasion, had been more proper in a preface, and more agreeable to the mode which usually directs it there.

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