(of people, behavior) unusual; peculiar; not conventional or normal
"a real character"
"a strange character"
"a friendly eccentric"
"the capable type"
"a mental case"
"restaurants of bizarre design--one like a hat, another like a rabbit"
"famed for his eccentric spelling"
"a freakish combination of styles"
"his off-the-wall antics"
"the outlandish clothes of teenagers"
"outre and affected stage antics"
His eccentric interpretation of the Christian ethic.
出自： V. S. Pritchett
Eccentric boots that laced up to her knee but left her toes bare.
出自： A. Carter
Society becomes unable to tolerate the eccentric..behaviour of one of its members and the psychiatrist..designates him 'ill'.
出自： A. Clare