Examples of eccentricity in a Sentence
Some people weren't very tolerant of his eccentricity.
Talking to her plants is one of her many eccentricities.
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Privacy - Terms The result was a fun mixture of cultures, with occasional clashes, mostly embarrassments or misunderstandings of eccentricities that seemed innocuous and humorous.
Separated from traffic, except for short stretches, the path explores Southern California beach scene, from the eccentricities of the Venice Boardwalk to the fitter-than-thou beach volleyball players and surfers at Manhattan Beach.
In one example of the eccentricity of governor’s races, Duffy shows two GOP incumbents in deep-blue states, Charlie Baker of Massachusetts and Phil Scott of Vermont, consolidating near-certain wins.
The season is full of eccentricities that only those familiar with the Last Frontier will understand.
Of course, English has its famously nutty spelling system and plenty of other eccentricities—no language is absolutely simple or absolutely complex.
The absolute enormity of that number were seemingly enough to overshadow any network concerns about Barr’s online behavior, which, ABC seemed to reason, could be explained away by hinting vaguely at her eccentricity.
On the album, Christina sings of rebirths and comebacks -- but despite its eccentricities, Lotus largely played it safe, fading almost immediately from our cultural memory.
The story meanders near the end, but the anticlimax can't quite dispel the movie's warm eccentricity.
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ECCENTRICITY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of eccentricity for English Language Learners
: the quality of being strange or unusual in behavior
: an act or habit that is strange or unusual
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