- n. Plural form of idiosyncrasy.
“The easiest way to learn different spelling idiosyncrasies is to read!”
“She was a sweet lady who nevertheless had certain idiosyncrasies that bothered me.”
“Short-term idiosyncrasies in the rock record can add noise to diversity curves, so to dampen that effect, taxa found in just one interval can be omitted singletons omitted.”
“Some conditions often called idiosyncrasies appear to be, and doubtless are, due to disordered intellect.”
“Their idiosyncrasies were a constant source of amusement to us.”
“Do not acquire the idea that the bowels must move at a certain time each day with unintermitted regularity, for they are subject to the same extent as the appetite to what might be termed idiosyncrasies, according to environment and other influences.”
“One of his idiosyncrasies was a faith in coffee as a panacea; and I heard that while sickening he deluged himself with that beverage, to what profit let physicians say.”
“As for the 'idiosyncrasies' that make her so unique ... they remain painful, odd, discouraging and precisely the things about her that require so much work change and hope to erase altogether.”
“Outside of the most incredible replay HD Screen ever and the Red Porch, the outfield area could use some more "idiosyncrasies," if I may.”
“His "idiosyncrasies" jut out like Tatiana Romanova's ass.”
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