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idiosyncratically

Definitions

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  • adverb In an idiosyncratic manner.

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Examples

  • According to the "Postcards from America" Tumblr, these items "combine to represent the idiosyncratically American character that defines this project."

    Elana Estrin: Book Chronicles "Postcards From America" Road Trip With Magnum Photographers

  • According to the "Postcards from America" Tumblr, these items "combine to represent the idiosyncratically American character that defines this project."

    Elana Estrin: Book Chronicles "Postcards From America" Road Trip With Magnum Photographers

  • It's very important to me that I write idiosyncratically for the instruments that I'm writing for, because essentially there's a lot of work in the violin repertoire or the piano repertoire that I feel as if I'm not interested in learning, simply because there are some technical aspects of it that just make it difficult to play.

    Daniel J. Kushner: Ecstatic Music Festival Interview #4: Owen Pallett

  • In the East, the West, and the South the two are neck-in-neck, but Pawlenty hails from an idiosyncratically wine-averse region — a region largely inhabited by people who can trace their ancestry back to the Central European “beer belt”.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Wine Track

  • It's very important to me that I write idiosyncratically for the instruments that I'm writing for, because essentially there's a lot of work in the violin repertoire or the piano repertoire that I feel as if I'm not interested in learning, simply because there are some technical aspects of it that just make it difficult to play.

    Daniel J. Kushner: Ecstatic Music Festival Interview #4: Owen Pallett

  • Instead I stumbled across a treat, with Kerry O'Keeffe and Terry Alderman idiosyncratically but judiciously analysing Australia's fall from grace and applauding the tourists' mettle and verve.

    Aussie cricket commentators have been a breath of fresh air on air | Rob Bagchi

  • Beijing would be forced to consider whether it makes sense to allow the politically powerful military to control some 80% of China's airspace, leaving only narrow, idiosyncratically shaped corridors for commercial use and thereby requiring planes to follow circuitous, excess-fuel-burning routes to their destinations.

    All the Hot Air in China

  • Beijing would be forced to consider whether it makes sense to allow the politically powerful military to control some 80% of China's airspace, leaving only narrow, idiosyncratically shaped corridors for commercial use and thereby requiring planes to follow circuitous, excess-fuel-burning routes to their destinations.

    All the Hot Air in China

  • Secondly, rating agencies assumed that any losses on housing prices would occur idiosyncratically.

    Flexibility, Please : Law is Cool

  • English employs reflexive derivation idiosyncratically, as in "self-destruct"; Romance languages do the same with the Greek-derived prefix auto -.

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