eccentrically

All Adverb
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  • Eccentrically, they were described to be written present with blood rather than ink.
  • Around this time he may have acquired his taste for dressing eccentrically.
  • There is a story told of his Oxford days which shows how eccentrically his theories converted themselves into conduct. Cited from The Art of Letters, by Robert Lynd
  • But they don't speak accented English, and they don't dress eccentrically. Cited from Crossroads of Destiny, by Henry Beam Piper
  • If the finish or form are critical then an eccentrically mounted mandrel is used.
  • Rather eccentrically, Grandad always watched two television sets at the same time.
  • From the mid to late 1970s, he produced several films that exhibited an eccentrically erotic take on body art.
  • Well, that was no Hungarian character, but, though somewhat eccentrically, he characterized the leading feature of our century. Cited from Select Speeches of Kossuth, by Kossuth
  • Indeed, there are many who regard his principles as eccentrically fastidious. Cited from The Odds, by Ethel M. Dell
  • He is somewhat of a recluse and, more eccentrically, a successful poet.
  • All the possible points of view, were, so to speak, piled upon each other, and one caught glimpses of some eccentrically across others. Cited from Amiel's Journal, by Henri Frederic Amiel, Tr. Ward
  • In works of fiction, authors sometimes number their chapters eccentrically, often as a metafictional statement.
  • It was a Gospel so eccentrically related to the accepted scheme of things that only he himself could accept it in its entirety. Cited from Impressions And Comments, by Havelock Ellis
  • Mr. Shepperd is a man of middle age, and looks after his sheep fairly, but at times eccentrically. Cited from Our Churches and Chapels, by Atticus
  • The senses were unusually active, although eccentrically so - assuming often each other's functions at random. Cited from The Works of Edgar Allan Poe V4[Raven Edition]
  • They talk to him and he talks eccentrically and incoherently, with a biblical turn.
  • Rolling Stone called it the "best song on the Darkness' eccentrically flawed second album".
  • The senses were unusually active, although eccentrically so -- assuming often each other's functions at random. Cited from Edgar Allan Poe's Complete Poetical Works, by Edgar Allan Poe
  • Omega is a planet which revolves eccentrically around a double star system. Cited from The Status Civilization, by Robert Sheckley
  • Placing the workpiece eccentrically a set distance from the center permits more complex curves to be cut.
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How eccentrically gets used

Meaning of eccentrically

  • adverb In an eccentric or bizarre manner
  • adverb Not symmetrically with respect to the center