idiosyncrasy

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Synonyms for idiosyncrasy

Synonyms for idiosyncrasy

Synonyms for idiosyncrasy

a behavioral attribute that is distinctive and peculiar to an individual

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Rhombus and Oval braids graceful language with brilliant idiosyncrasies. It's a satisfying experiment with a vital message for troubled times.
At the Tokyo fest, Oscar-winning actress Meryl Streep discusses the food quirks she shares with her screen character in 'Florence Foster Jenkins.' 'I think all these idiosyncrasies of Florence were true.
What if I was an early experiment and GCHQ have been recording everything I've done ever since and have been witness to my small idiosyncrasies? I said idiosyncrasies.
HOW do you even begin to explain the idiosyncrasies of the Irish political system to an outsider?
It's just one of those idiosyncrasies of the calendar."
We want to uncover the idiosyncrasies, the affection, the memories and the funny stories about the community football grounds you have visited either as a player, a referee, a supporter or a spectator.
But while many versions show the detective smoking a pipe and uttering the words 'Elementary, my dear Watson', these idiosyncrasies never actually featured in any of the 60 Holmes stories.
The role of information processing, of classification, of the idiosyncrasies, require need for a psychological approach of the foreign policy decision making.
To all those hung up on the idea of finding the perfect mate, "Benny & Joon" director Jeremiah Chechik's "The Eight Kind of Wrong" suggests that compatible idiosyncrasies ultimately make for better matches.
Richly remembered details and the idiosyncrasies of all his characters are what draw the reader into the universal themes of his stories."--Sudha Bhuchar, page 55
THE "quirks and idiosyncrasies" of VAT have fallen under the spotlight at the Labour conference in the wake of the Save our Savouries campaign.
These actions are called idiosyncrasies (habits) we have as individuals.
Despite the idiosyncrasies of each school, certain issues arise in almost every case.
* Which Supreme Court judge had, among his other idiosyncrasies, an unnatural hatred for red nail polish?
It was a fascinating story of Crisp's move to New York where the city embraced his quirky idiosyncrasies. Hurt was incredible to watch and a reminder of just how quick witted Crisp really was.