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English sentences with idiosyncratic in context,

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Modern cars do this, older cars were much more idiosyncratic, they all worked.
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Everyone has their own idiosyncratic diction, with likes and dislikes for certain words.
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idiosyncratic (adjective)

  • Peculiar to a specific individual; eccentric.
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idiosyncratic

  • A very large and awesome word that means 'strange, peculiar, eccentric.'
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Things like idiosyncratic cultural practices are also good (a superstition against directly looking at a person before you've exchanged names, for example).
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This may just be an idiosyncratic response as I don't think everyone who uses selegiline gets this.
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It's certainly unorthodox, but I'm not sure what's so odious about a few Christians incorporating the notion of reincarnation, or finding support for it within certain (idiosyncratic) readings of their scripture.
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There are two solutions I see: an idiosyncratic system of non-canon diminishing returns, or quirks better representing canon loadouts with similar overall DPS, and leaving singly elevated weapon systems for appropriate 'Mechs.
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Source variety helps you get a feel for what's idiosyncratic speech and what's "normal" speech.
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As an "idiosyncratic Christian" (according to your flair) do you "connect the dots" between him and a timeless, spaceless, immaterial, unchanging entity?
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That is a good book, though Sekida is a bit idiosyncratic.
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I think it's a bit idiosyncratic and causes confusion.
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All that stuff is sports writers who want their idiosyncratic vote to be a story.
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Something like beauty standards and gender roles are widely diverse and idiosyncratic to people and groups.
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sounds like a huge headache, especially with a bunch of diverse businesses and idiosyncratic owner/managers.
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Anyway, I'm not saying that Horus and Moses are exactly the same entity or anything, but mythological figures often share some pretty idiosyncratic traits, and it's quite possible that one tradition might directly influence the culture heroes of another.
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Juche is taken to be the unique result of Korean ethic and culture, shaped by its experiences and history, that are idiosyncratic to itself and theoretically is a bespoke solution of governance to itself.
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Some people feel like it's wrong, some people just don't enjoy fucking without love, and some people have hard-to-fill sexual needs (a specific fetish, highly idiosyncratic cunnilingus needs) which make one-night stands less likely to be fun for them.
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EDIT: Slang, lame jokes (that the characters know are lame), idiosyncratic names for things...
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Even back in the Doom days, I've always thought they had a very idiosyncratic style, and they've just kept getting better and better.
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You just gotta find patterns and idiosyncratic behavior and connect it to a source.
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I appreciate you taking the time to clarify your views; it was difficult for me to parse them, since you are using a persuasively idiosyncratic definition of "robot" and then defining concepts against that idiosyncrasy.
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In a funny way, this has shown what I set out to expose in the OP: When we dig deep, we find a large variety of different definitions of "free will" (or "moral freedom" or what have you), including ones particular to individuals, and without explication (for example, going out of one's way to define "moral freedom" using an idiosyncratic definition of "robot," and then going out of one's way to explain that definition of "robot") the discussion is riddled with communication failures.
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The liver toxicity associated with ibuprofen is rare and idiosyncratic (see livertox.nih.gov/Ibuprofen.htm), and not worsened with alcohol consumption.
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Vince Gilligan's writing style seems really idiosyncratic.
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Also, Hasekura again presents a rather idiosyncratic take on S&W's version of Christianity, which always feels a bit off, since Hasekura seems to have a rather distant view on historical European religion and he isn't really grapsing its core features.
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Parents and children, all interacting as individuals create idiosyncratic situations.
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You shouldn't expect others to understand your private idiosyncratic redefinitions of words everyone else already understands.
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If other fields think it's not important to them, it doesn't get discussed thoroughly, it doesn't co-evolve with them and it doesn't attract people from those fields who might make valuable contributions - it fails as anything other than a short-lived, idiosyncratic discipline.
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I learned how to take a bit better care of myself, and guys matured to appreciate more idiosyncratic forms of beauty and enjoy the fact that I had stuff in common with them.
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It's just an idiosyncratic use of the phrase on my part.
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Because those two are not exceptionally distinctive, we have dozens just as idiosyncratic as them.
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well thats a view thats idiosyncratic to you.
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Thankfully, Arendt left us with an almost incomprehensibly difficult and idiosyncratic theory of instrumental action to resolve this problem.
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We know the chords and the general structure, but the content is way idiosyncratic.
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It is a very personal book, even at times idiosyncratic.
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Say what you will, but Tony Stark, despite some cliches and RDJ idiosyncratic shit, is a character with depth.
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I can try, but it can quickly get a bit technical, gauge symmetry is a very very idiosyncratic phenomenon.
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Since they obviously couldn't reproduce a complete Sims game, they focused instead on a story-driven adventure with some Sims mechanics and highlighted by a pretty idiosyncratic sense of humor.
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There will be some idiosyncratic moves that affect some bonds more than others, but rate risk is common to every single bond.
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That said, though, if you want to read a particular author, there are sets out there geared toward the main authors' more idiosyncratic words that they frequently use.
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Further still in the article, it specifically brings up Webster as using an idiosyncratic definition.
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They do not have a set form or color, and people's interpretations of a text change based on societal, theological, and political pressures, as well as their own idiosyncratic worldview and philosophy.
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Software development on a very idiosyncratic system
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Too shy and too idiosyncratic.
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Anything more than that is speculative, idiosyncratic and subjective on the part of the individual viewing it, and tells us more about them than any property held by the work itself.
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To be honest, that sentence I wrote is kind of dumb and relies on heavily idiosyncratic uses of the words.
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Before I started typing the "proper way," I had an idiosyncratic way of typing (full of mistakes) without looking, that admittedly still got me to around 50 WPM.
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Not when it comes to individual companies that have a lot of built in idiosyncratic risk.
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The idiosyncratic risk associated with historically strong moats like Coke, JNJ, Altria, etc.
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