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Easy-going guy who enjoys nights out on the weekends and documentaries after work on the weeknights — and a guy who likes my eclectic taste in music and who prefers the beach to anywhere else.

A final revelation from the filmmaker touches on what elevates “Two of Us” beyond the sum of its eclectic set of parts.

I had a ton of fun with this eclectic and distinct theme, especially when building séance rooms, though not all of it fit my Tanglewood project.

The platform’s product list is eclectic, from clothing to honey.

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More than meets the eye, Belize’s tapestry is also woven with exotic cultures paired with an eclectic food scene.

I think this is just much more natural and eclectic than a lot of films.

But these days, Starbucks features an eclectic mix of music with a very heavy dose of jazz.

Forty-eight works from 37 artists, including 18 women, are on display, and the selection is eclectic.

The occasion was a live taping for KCRW's long-running Morning Becomes Eclectic radio program.

He also posted the tips videos on YouTube, where his eclectic likes suggest the very opposite of a narrow-minded fanatic.

But Alexander was only a religious eclectic, honouring what he thought best in the current systems of belief.

In consequence of its symbolical purpose this hieratic series is rather eclectic than cyclopdic in its character.

Shy in boyhood and eclectic in the matter of associates, he had the genius for real friendships.

It was during this period that Clemens formulated his eclectic therapeutic doctrine.

In its actual procedure school work must always be thus eclectic.

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On this page you'll find 32 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to eclectic, such as: broad, diverse, varied, wide-ranging, catholic, and liberal.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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