- n a person with an unusual or odd personality
- n a person of a specified kind (usually with many eccentricities)
a friendly eccentric
- s conspicuously or grossly unconventional or unusual
famed for his eccentric spelling
- a not having a common center; not concentric
- A patron of organic farming, but in his own fashion and eccentric way, Peter was against eating any other food.
- Linda was eccentric but when it came to playing the piano she was a genius.
- Everybody (well, nearly everybody) has heard of mad King Ludwig II, the eccentric scion of the Wittelsbachs, who dotted Bavaria's picturesque hilltops with an insanely extravagant.
- Helen Mirren in BBC News
I love the idiosyncracy of the British people, I love the eccentric nature,said Dame Helen.
- Al Sharpton in Los Angeles Times
He never got credit,Sharpton said. "He was not a freak, he was a genius..........He was not somebody who was eccentric. He was an innovator."
- Al Attles in Washington Post
He was one of the most unique and eccentric individuals that I have ever met, and I'm not sure there will ever be anyone like him again,said Al Attles, the former Warriors guard who coached Golden State to its sole title.