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.
Recent Examples of eccentricity from the Web
Accordingly, Uranian energy is defined by eccentricity, nonconformity, and extremes.
Something about Zamalek’s geography, and its old-money residents, seemed to draw out an Egyptian flair for eccentricity.
Her 24 bullets, strung between gold links by a Houston jeweler, wasn’t her only eccentricity.
Whatever his eccentricities, Felder is thoroughly purposeful.
But then the pressers often veer into the bizarre, with Beard, 45, sharing his eccentricities and weird tales as a journeyman coach.
The hoped-for transformations of the late ’60s and early ’70s never happened, so, to some extent, political rebellion turned to cultural rebellion, and what seems to be a very polite society goes together with enormous eccentricity.
True to form, this year's Rhino overflows with eccentricity.
In an enterprising and marketable twist, this European production tapped Shia LaBeouf -- an actor with a reputation for eccentricity -- to play John McEnroe, the tantrum-throwing tennis great.
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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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