idiosyncratic

[ id-ee-oh-sin-krat-ik, -sing- ]SEE DEFINITION OF idiosyncratic

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IDIOSYNCRATIC

The spelling and punctuation in the original are idiosyncratic and inconsistent.

Such a sentiment must, fortunately, be in some sense exceptional and idiosyncratic.

There is much Idiosyncratic spelling in both English and German.

Perhaps for the first time in his life Edward Henry intimately understood what idiosyncratic elegance was.

The idiosyncratic appeal Tabitha Aykroyd made to Charlotte is related identically wherever she is portrayed.

They were organized by idiosyncratic subject categories, and alphabetical by author within those categories.

I say I don't know; but he was a landmark of the place, idiosyncratic enough to be stamped indelibly on at any rate one retina.

Variant and idiosyncratic spellings have been retained, especially for place names.

Still, this idiosyncratic British arrangement works surprisingly well.

Idiosyncratic spellings, where no other correct instances are to be found, are allowed to stand.

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