Noun(1) a behavioral attribute that is distinctive and peculiar to an individual
(1) If I see a telling idiosyncrasy in his behavior, such as taking an extra waggle, clearing his throat or displaying trembling hands when he's teeing his ball, something is going on.(2) In fact, the idiosyncrasy of Tugu Park Hotel does not stop at Waroeng Shanghai either.(3) Apart from showing off we bring this up to unearth a common idiosyncrasy of old Astons; the accelerator feels as though a runaway ball of socks has made their way under the pedal.(4) It was now also an allergic idiosyncrasy in which people became sensitized to inhaled, ingested, or absorbed ├ö├ç├┐asthmogenic├ö├ç├û agents.(5) Thanks to the legendary idiosyncrasy of that computerised bureaucracy, it still shows the cover of the old edition, by which some readers have already been misled.(6) The title is ├ö├ç├┐The diagnosis of aspirin idiosyncrasy by analgesic challenge├ö├ç├û.(7) They suggested that allergy and food idiosyncrasy may coexist.(8) The idiosyncrasy of the Miss World contest is that despite being a truly international competition, it has retained much of its Englishness.(9) Should I do this or should I leave it as an idiosyncrasy of my blog?(10) Arena Ready is an album full of idiosyncrasies and references, but it's never a pastiche of other artists├ö├ç├û work.(11) When you strip away the idiosyncrasies of the movie business, it becomes that much clearer that the power of managers is delegated from above as a function of the rule of capital - and remains ultimately subordinate and dependent.(12) Any event like a wedding always has the little idiosyncrasies associated with family.(13) Try mocking your hang-ups and idiosyncrasies .(14) Each character bubbles with traits, ticks and idiosyncrasies .(15) When I tease Almond about saying in his autobiography that physical beauty was not about perfection, but lies in each individual's idiosyncrasies , and then later having cosmetic surgery on his nose, he laughs.(16) And, of course, every person who engages in these behaviors has their own unique idiosyncrasies of personality and behavior and history that contribute to why they did it.
(1) idiosyncrasy :: מאידיוסינקרטיות
1. peculiarity ::
2. oddity ::
3. eccentricity ::
4. mannerism ::
5. trait ::
6. singularity ::
7. quirk ::
8. tic ::
9. whim ::
10. vagary ::
11. caprice ::
12. kink ::
13. fetish ::
14. foible ::
15. crotchet ::
16. habit ::
17. characteristic ::
18. individuality ::
19. unorthodoxy ::
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