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used in Main Street

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unconventional or strange; or a person with such traits
  • But he looked as though he were doing this eccentric thing to amuse himself.
    Chapter 29 (63% in)
eccentric = unconventional or strange
  • And they think you were eccentric in furnishing this room—they think the broad couch and that Japanese dingus are absurd.
    Chapter 8 (49% in)
  • And seeing Guy only as an eccentric fogy.
    Chapter 14 (6% in)
  • They surveyed the small eccentric bungalows with pergolas, the houses of pebbledash and tapestry brick with sleeping-porches above sun-parlors, and one vast incredible chateau fronting the Lake of the Isles.
    Chapter 17 (75% in)
  • Would she some day so despise herself and her neighbors that she too would walk Main Street an old skinny eccentric woman in a mangy cat's-fur?
    Chapter 27 (75% in)
  • I'd heard he was eccentric, but really, I found him quite intelligent.
    Chapter 29 (30% in)

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