[ UK /ɛksˈɛntɹɪkli/ ]
  1. in an eccentric or bizarre manner
  2. not symmetrically with respect to the center
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How To Use eccentrically In A Sentence

  • After ten years, she was still widely, if eccentrically, regarded as a fascinating novelty; a breath of fresh air.
  • Crucial to me is that the richest flavours of remembrance need the BBC box to be full of Oz commentators' ripe vernacular as the ball hits "the pickets", not the boundary fence; that extras are always "sundries"; and that the scorecard numbering is forever eccentrically reversed, as in that inaugural score back in 1946 when it was eight for 659 and not the other way around. How the warm glow of the old wireless stoked the Ashes fire
  • It is an even more satisfying record than its predecessor, eccentrically lush and rich production making the most of an already impressive clutch of new songs.
  • I suggested we sample a shadow-puppet show and stroll around the eccentrically decorated wats.
  • Even more unexpectedly, solar systems were found that were somewhat like ours but with seemingly impossible variations—for instance, with a circular-orbiting Jupiter in what is considered the roughly “right place” in relation to its sun, along with an eccentrically orbiting and even larger Jupiter in the inner solar system region where rocky planets are supposed to live. First Contact
  • Experiments of 8 concrete - filled steel tube ( CFST ) dumbbell - shaped columns under eccentrically loads are introduced.
  • At least 20 gear wheels of the mechanism have been preserved, including a very sophisticated assembly of gears that were mounted eccentrically on a turntable and probably functioned as a sort of epicyclic or differential, gear-system. Computer Greeks
  • The eccentrically shaped, whirly, hairy seedheads will sit around for the rest of the year. Times, Sunday Times
  • She is best when her discursive, rambling method strikes something eccentrically sharp and moving; not often in complete poems, though the sustained Lullaby here is a fine exception.
  • The white lines also suggest eccentrically arranged floors and walls, as if the painting were a cutaway view of a multistory house.
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