eccentricity

[ ek-suhn-tris-i-tee, ek-sen- ]SEE DEFINITION OF eccentricity
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The female sex is not often guilty of this eccentricity, but instances have been known.

His eccentricity was a combination of absent-mindedness and irritability.

Not unless you are very, very rich; then it might be considered an eccentricity.

She was a born mimic, and could hit off to a hair an eccentricity or an affectation.

Not that she was tired of it; on the contrary, she hoped everything from Ted's eccentricity.

The eccentricity of his verb indicated only the perfection of his tact.

But here was Mary to whom no eccentricity ever had to be elucidated.

Stories of Hunyadi's extravagance and eccentricity now poured in on all sides.

Professor Micheals' resting week was a ten-year-old custom, and his only eccentricity.

Polly's passion for studying had always been regarded as an eccentricity.

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