noun, plural ec·cen·tric·i·ties.
Origin of eccentricity
SYNONYMS FOR eccentricity
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This installation, by French designer Andrea Crews, sets the tone for the eccentricities of the Monstres de la Mode exhibition.
Alfieri, the greatest poet modern Italy produced, delighted in eccentricities, not always of the most amiable kind.Books and Authors|Anonymous
That English society was infinitely more amusing because of its eccentricities, no one denied.The Education of Henry Adams|Henry Adams
In order to understand in any degree his eccentricities and his poetic freedom, one must go to the poems and read them as a whole.Rambles with John Burroughs|Robert John De Loach