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Synonyms for eccentric

Synonyms for eccentric

Synonyms for eccentric

a person of a specified kind (usually with many eccentricities)

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conspicuously or grossly unconventional or unusual

not having a common center

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Experimental and analytical investigation of tubular links for eccentrically braced frames.
Two weeks later, the groups: LSLTEG, LSUTEG, and LSDTEG performed bout 2 exercises of eccentrically biased exercise at 80% of HRR for 45 min.
In a Cartesian coordinate system, let us consider a rotation of eccentrically placed disks in XY plane rotating at a constant rate of [OMEGA] with z axis perpendicular to the plane of disks.
Cleo says: "In the half light, we decided that the most famous icon of the modern world might just just pass for a rather eccentrically dressed gay male model.
The RevX-E features an eccentrically mounted magnetic rotor within a non-conductive larger diameter shell.
Furthermore, these lesions are characteristically cortically-based and eccentrically located within the medullary cavity.
This is a little more serious and can cause the cylinder to rotate eccentrically instead of in a smooth, circular path.
The actress was propositioned by a alleged French businessman, the eccentrically named Nimrod-Frederic Kamer, who interrupted the model during a photocall offering her 1million Euros for "one night" with him.
DUBAI Gelatos on the beach was all my mind could comprehend en route to BoHouse, the eccentrically eclectic artsy caf on The Walk at Jumeirah Beach Residence (JBR).
More properly (because the forms themselves did not exist prior to their meaningfulness) after initial forays into psychology and fiction, Truitt's longstanding interests in the experiences of time, space, and selfhood congealed into highly reduced yet eccentrically colored sculpture.
Utilizing a common, eccentrically actuated, central drive element, this uniplanar arrangement allows for near perfect primary balance, resulting in virtually zero mechanical vibration.
The big hitter, famous for eccentrically sporting a monocle and walking cane, helped pull in pounds 30,000 for the Newcastle United Foundation at a charity bash thrown in his honour.
99[pounds sterling]) Not only one of the greatest of all travel books, but an eccentrically lyrical masterpiece, too
David Forrester was the perfect example of the capacity of the academy to absorb and fully utilize the eccentrically brilliant, which indeed he was.
Therefore, the maximum values of spun concrete strains and at the same time of resisting compressive stresses in reinforcing steel bars of concentrically and eccentrically loaded columns may be defined, respectively, as: