Definition Of idiosyncratic
of or relating to idiosyncrasy; peculiar or individual.
she emerged as one of the great idiosyncratic talents of the Nineties
Example Of idiosyncratic
All that we have to show for nearly six decades of post-colonial art is a single monumental conspectus: an indispensable, if idiosyncratically argued, overview of art in India from the 1890s to the 1990s.
Always an idiosyncratic individualist, he seems to have introduced his own pronunciations for the names of players.
And that, as much as its unlikely origins, sums up the idiosyncratic charms of a unique golfing venue.
And the picture is made more confused by McLean's own idiosyncratic personality.
At a time when most bookstores have enough floor space to sell station wagons or livestock, Query Books is one of the pleasant anomalies - a smartly and idiosyncratically stocked shop with more character than square footage.