[ US /ɪˈkɫɛktɪk/ ]
[ UK /ɪklˈɛktɪk/ ]
[ UK /ɪklˈɛktɪk/ ]
- someone who selects according to the eclectic method
- selecting what seems best of various styles or ideas
How To Use eclectic In A Sentence
- Leave it to Yeezy to put together the year's most eclectic rap collab.
- The fabrics and eclectic prints are worked in original ways, with the intersecting pieces creating cut-outs and keyholes.
- Indeed, the heavy prog label indexed to this album is quite inaccurate; this is more jazz-prog fusion with a healthy dose of extra eclectic elements. Latest reviews @ Progarchives.com, the ultimate progressive rock music website
- Ada was enjoying a particularly eclectic collection of garden gnomes when her phone rang.
- ECLECTICISM : Nor can we find any willingness to make common cause with false religiosity as long as Christianity is accepted as one among many legitimate viewpoints.
- Eclecticism flourished in the 19th century and survived, though much debased, in gated communities and suburban tract housing.
- I had considered an earlier return to blogging during the Edinburgh Fringe when I went to my usual unplanned and eclectic mix of dance, exhibitions, theatre and the uncategorisable. Archive 2008-08-01
- Upcoming performances include the folk duo Cathy Fink and Marcy Marxer on Oct. 30, the Bang on a Can All-Stars in an all-Steve Reich program on Nov. 11, the eclectic group Punch Brothers with mandolin player Chris Thile on Nov. 12, Kris Kristofferson in a recital of solo voice and guitar on Nov. 13, and the guitarist Ana Vidovic with flutist Anastasia Petanova on Nov. 18. Washington is once again taking pride of place in its classical guitar tradition
- My study of the Elder Futhark has been eclectic, though I approach them from the old Icelandic and Norse runic poems as interpreted by Kate MacDowell. Kelley Harrell: Harry Potter and the Elder Futhark
- The Central New York region boasts a highly eclectic butter sculpture collection at the Fairgrounds.