Sentence example with the word 'idiosyncratic'

idiosyncratic

abnormal, crotchety, different, eccentric, flaky, indicatory, meaningful, private, separative, symbolistic, wacky

Definition adj. peculiar to the individual

Last update: July 12, 2015

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Film directors have on idiosyncratic style.   [adjective]

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Instead he used his idiosyncratic persona to charm his sitters and conveyed a glamorous, alluring public image.   [adjective]

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Notwithstanding these and other idiosyncratic appellations, European mathematicians have adhered to the older name, by which the subject is now universally known.   [Please select]

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But beyond these established frameworks they have been individualistic and highly idiosyncratic at all times.   [Please select]

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Errors in punctuation, inconsistent hyphenation, and idiosyncratic spellings were not corrected unless otherwise noted.   [Please select]

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{Transcriber's notes The spelling in the original is sometimes idiosyncratic.   [Please select]

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Its mode of locomotion marks it as an idiosyncratic, exceptional, fantastic creature, having no fellow, that I know of, in the insect world.   [Please select]

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In such cases, every married couple has its own queer and private and particular and idiosyncratic way of coming to an agreement.   [Please select]

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