idiosyncratic : Definition, Usages, News and More

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i dee oh sin kra tik

  • s  peculiar to the individual
    we all have our own idiosyncratic gestures
    Michelangelo's highly idiosyncratic style of painting

  • Today, as the rest of Eastern Europe begins to catch on, Yugoslavia remains the most autonomous, open, idiosyncratic and unCommunist Communist country anywhere on earth.
  • The Habitual men's line, whose debut is set for next spring, will try to reproduce each idiosyncratic stain and line in Colovos' skanky jeans, including the wallet impression in .
  • From Chile to China, the risk of obesity, diabetes and heart disease is on the rise as the idiosyncratic fare that used to make mealtime in New Delhi, Buenos Aires and Sydney such .
News & Articles

  • Yes, Dan Harmon Really Is Returning as the Showrunner of 'Community'
    Hell, if "Arrested Development" can come back from beyond the grave after seven years, why can't Dan Harmon come back to "Community," the idiosyncratic NBC comedy he created and from which he was booted last year? Harmon's been teasing the possibility that he might be working on the show again on Twitter, finally telling a fan on June 1st that "Yes yes yes! I'm back I'm back I'm back. You can ...
    June 10, 2013 - indieWIRE
  • A neighborhood washed away in Waterloo
    Every day, Jim Hackett confronts a glaring reminder of how the floods of 2008 destroyed one of Iowa's most idiosyncratic and scenic neighborhoods - the beloved island he called home for more than 35 years.
    June 9, 2013 - The Des Moines Register

  • Michael Tilson Thomas in FOXNews
    Thomas, with tongue in cheek, said he's enjoyed discovering the "highly idiosyncratic talent" on YouTube.
  • Margaret Drabble in Los Angeles Times
    As novelist Margaret Drabble noted, the book was "not merely another tale of brave strife against odds," adding that Nolan was "a writer, a real writer who uses words with an idiosyncratic new-minded freshness."
  • Benjamin Bratt in International Herald Tribune
    A case is opened and closed each week,says Bratt, whose show premieres in the United States on Tuesday. "But that's not the whole thrust. It's balanced by this idiosyncratic, complex character: As good as William Banks wants to be - and...

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