Monday, following the first Schiaparelli couture show since 1954, where eclectically clad women walked in flat feathered sandals.
In the various old and new hylozoistic tendencies, the concepts of force and its correlate, mass, are eclectically united.
In all these things Bulwer was essentially the product and the mirror of the new and eclectically educated Victorian age.
The remainder are eclectically chosen auxiliaries whose signification may be readily discerned.
1680s, originally in reference to a group of ancient philosophers who selected doctrines from every system; from French eclectique (1650s), from Greek eklektikos "selective," literally "picking out," from eklektos "selected," from eklegein "pick out, select," from ek "out" (see ex-) + legein "gather, choose" (see lecture (n.)). Broader sense of "borrowed from diverse sources" is first recorded 1847. As a noun from 1817.