eclecticism eclecticism


  • (n) making decisions on the basis of what seems best instead of following some single doctrine or style

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  1. That eclecticism reflected his great tolerance for all religions, one of his holiest and least respected precepts.
  2. For Fargo, 51, who grew up in the suburbs of Milwaukee, creativity and eclecticism have always come naturally.
  3. Continent: Call it classic eclecticism: it's coming on strong Belgium: Huidevettersstraat hits the fashion map Japan: The Big Three still overshadow the rest.


  • Los Gatos Radio Station KTAO Holds Reunion Party

    SICK UNTO death of the Top 40-driven airwaves, a small Los Gatos station called KTAO tried to out eclectic eclecticism itself during a late-’70s, early-0’80s run. Los Gatos in those days was a woodsy, bohemian spot with some of the Merry Pranksters nearby.
    on June 22, 2013     Source: Metro Silicon Valley

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  1. Moby says of the album: "Last Night is basically a love letter to dance music in New York City. What I love about the New York approach to dance music is the eclecticism and the open mindedness on the part of the musicians, the djs, and the people...
    on May 23, 2008 By: Moby Source:

  2. "I think the US audience seems to be responding to the eclecticism of the music quite well," said Cullum. "But my expectations when it comes to record sales are always zero. ...... I just like playing music and I like to develop."
    on Jun 14, 2004 By: Jamie Cullum Source: MSNBC

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