Thesaurus / eccentricities


Alfieri, the greatest poet modern Italy produced, delighted in eccentricities, not always of the most amiable kind.

That English society was infinitely more amusing because of its eccentricities, no one denied.

In order to understand in any degree his eccentricities and his poetic freedom, one must go to the poems and read them as a whole.

Rambles with John BurroughsRobert John De Loach

Seasoned to his eccentricities as she was, she was startled by his answer.

The Squirrel-CageDorothy Canfield

This does not mean, however, that one dare never see the weaker side, the foibles and eccentricities of the man of genius.

But the real Bostonese do not run to outre stationery or other eccentricities.

That boy's name was Jack Hill and he did not care for city life, nor maybe for Gainsborough's eccentricities, so he ran away.

The eccentricities of the King seriously hampered British diplomacy.

I have always given her credit for being an agreeable woman at bottom, if one could only forget her eccentricities.

But all these aspects of war, if our view be sound, are the eccentricities rather than the essence of war.

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