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How to use eclectic in a sentence
It’s a delightfully eclectic mix — though there could have been more of those games if Shaq had just hit more of his free throws.
From Thursdays to Saturdays for the foreseeable, less-quarantined future, the suburban club will bring its stage outdoors, with an eclectic mix of local musicians performing on the patio.The best things to do — virtually and in person — while quarantined in the D.C. area|Going Out Guide Staff|October 29, 2020|Washington Post
As the election season reigns supreme, the eclectic merchandise that usually comes during this political cycle has made its way into many households.
If you’ve been in that neighborhood long enough, you can’t deny that it’s much safer and much more eclectic than it once was.The Stages of Gentrification, as Told by Restaurant Openings|Vince Dixon|September 30, 2020|Eater
In addition to a number of eclectic shops, restaurants, and entertainment options, South End also offers a number of unique events, including Pride Lights.Boston: A Historic City and a Trailblazer for Equality|LGBTQ-Editor|August 2, 2020|No Straight News
Monday, following the first Schiaparelli couture show since 1954, where eclectically clad women walked in flat feathered sandals.Schiaparelli Returns to Couture at Paris Fashion Week|Liza Foreman|January 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The more eclectically cultured turned to the newspapers to see what the art critics would say of this—how they would label it.The "Genius"|Theodore Dreiser
The remainder are eclectically chosen auxiliaries whose signification may be readily discerned.The Dynasts|Thomas Hardy
In the various old and new hylozoistic tendencies, the concepts of force and its correlate, mass, are eclectically united.
His theory of knowledge he had derived eclectically and somewhat eccentrically, from Lotze and Kant.Edward Caldwell Moore|Edward Moore
In all these things Bulwer was essentially the product and the mirror of the new and eclectically educated Victorian age.Social Transformations of the Victorian Age|T. H. S. (Thomas Hay Sweet) Escott