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Sentence count:66Posted:2017-02-17Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: eclecticistSimilar words: apoplecticelectionselectionelectromagnetic spectrumcollectioncollectivereflectionhecticMeaning: [e'klektɪk]  n. someone who selects according to the eclectic method. adj. selecting what seems best of various styles or ideas. 
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1 She has very eclectic tastes in literature.
2 He has an eclectic taste in music.
3 His house is an eclectic mixture of the antique and the modern.
4 That choice makes the book eclectic rather than encyclopedic.
5 This eclectic philosophical mixture underlies his account of the unconscious.
6 The pub has one of those eccentrically eclectic menus that you might associate with lesser pub food.
7 The present project uses a highly eclectic definition of the word semantics.
8 The decor is an eclectic mix of items loosely associated with fishing and writing.
9 The album features an eclectic collection of old blues, jazz,( and romantic pop standards.
10 The style was international, eclectic, easily identified, but almost impossible to define.
11 The County Seat Cafe, on Montezuma, serves an eclectic menu of fine dining.
12 Opera is known for attracting an eclectic mix of the powerful, the hip and the happening.
13 And she uses an eclectic range of procedures, from experiments and questionnaires to semi-structured and counselling interviews.
14 The six books are an eclectic mix from established and new writers who between them offer a challenging spectrum of contemporary writing.
15 His habitual touch was that of the eclectic.
16 Eclectic: world's first energy autonomous vehicle?
17 The origins of structural theories are eclectic at best.
18 Conclusion Eclectic Psychotherapy is an efficient way for treating agoraphobia, is worth promoting the application.
19 MAINLAND NOT MAINSTREAM presents an eclectic selection of short films of all different styles and genres.
20 An eclectic collection of well - thumbed books suggests an openness to new ideas.
21 By exploring the theory of the eclectic method and its application to ELT in China, it strengths people's cognition and enriches the system of methodologies in China.
22 But after a summer in Trinidad, he realized he had only scratched the surface of the eclectic and complex belief system.
23 The financial and business exemptions applying to enterprise zones in 1980 were rather eclectic.
24 Both versions reveal similarities with Marlowe's other work, but Marlowe's other work is also eclectic and difficult to categorise.
25 It makes for an extraordinary mixture but an entertaining one, as eclectic as the individual pieces he describes.
26 Yet for all its compact cuteness, the Fulvia is an eclectic mix of technologies.
27 This blend of Old-Testament-inspired genealogy with legendary classical origins enjoyed a new vogue in the eclectic learned circles of the period.
28 This slow process led in the direction of Hinduism, a vast eclectic synthesis to which we shall return shortly.
29 Blanche's favourite curry house was in one of London's most eclectic suburbs.
30 The selection is both practical and literary, subjective and eclectic.
More similar words: apoplecticelectionselectionelectromagnetic spectrumcollectioncollectivereflectionhecticcollectivitycollectivelypredilectionprimary electiongeneral electionelectromagneticinsecticideelectromagnetic wavemiddle classmiddle-classelectselectdeflectneglectelectedreflectelectordialectcollectlecturearticlespectacle
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