Synonym: foible, mannerism. Similar words: synchronize, crash, ecosystem, curiosity, studio, as yet, easy, synapse. Meaning: [‚ɪdɪə'sɪŋkrəsɪ] n. a behavioral attribute that is distinctive and peculiar to an individual.
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1. There are good pedagogic reasons for avoiding idiomatic idiosyncrasy of this kind.
2. Approaching when Sammler was so preoccupied, Bruch, his idiosyncrasy, got a very special reception.
3. Eating no meat was Amy's idiosyncrasy.
4. Every village has its idiosyncrasy and its constitution.
4. Sentencedict.com try its best to gather and build good sentences.
5. The book is a gem of Victorian idiosyncrasy.
6. A distinctive behavioral trait; an idiosyncrasy.
7. You can learn to compensate for such an idiosyncrasy with a little logic and discipline.
8. Romantic fanciful thoughts and connotative and elegant idiosyncrasy unfold rich an tender feeling.
9. They also cannot take the dynamic idiosyncrasy of recognizer into account.
10. With an idiosyncrasy thateasyto recognize you would find a familiar but refreshing world!
11. Looking from the theoretic feature, it has the idiosyncrasy of successive nature, innovative nature, opening nature, times nature, foresightedness and scientific nature, etc.
12. Idiosyncrasy and vicissitude had combined to stamp Sergeant Troy as an exceptional being.
13. Every village has its idiosyncrasy, its constitution (sentencedict.com), often its own code of morality.
14. It was his idiosyncrasy to seem much older than his years.
15. As Lyman and Scott explain: Free territory is carved out of space and affords the opportunities for idiosyncrasy and identity.
16. There were others who remarked that even saints should be permitted an idiosyncrasy or two!
17. When they study other topics, their sexuality tends to be interpreted as an idiosyncrasy which does not affect their work.
18. Collagen is widely used in various fields, such as food, hairdressing, medical and health, etc. , because of its good biological compatibility, decomposability and low immunogenic idiosyncrasy.
19. Firth here seemed to suggest the creativity and diversity of linguistic idiosyncrasy in language use.
20. Pumice concrete after being close-grained and molding is not sensitive to maintaining conditions, and this idiosyncrasy can predigest maintaining measures and reduce lacuna.
21. The product's design inosculated continental neoclassicism, French and American country classicism, and also have idiosyncrasy of exalted, silk-stocking, gentler, decent, etc.
22. Perhaps the intense loyalty that these firms inspire is just an interesting idiosyncrasy.
23. The whole subfield of publishers' names is a thornbush of institutional idiosyncrasy.
More similar words: synchronize, crash, ecosystem, curiosity, studio, as yet, easy, synapse, syndrome, mediocre, fantasy, abiding, incommodious, validity, morbidity, take it easy, increase, increased, on credit, concrete, incredibly, increasing, incredible, prestidigitation, increasingly, crawl, craft, crack, scratch, craving.