- 01. My neighbor is an [eccentric] old lady who has over 20 cats.02. They are an [eccentric] couple who dress in funny old clothes, and are always laughing about something.03. His [eccentric] views have gotten him in trouble a number of times.04. She was dressed [eccentrically] in pants with a skirt over them, and a funny-looking hat.05. Many artists are known for their [eccentricity] and their creativity.06. We all have our [eccentricities], and yours is your habit of always covering your mouth when you laugh.07. The asteroid known as Hermes has an [eccentric] orbit which has brought it within 468,000 miles of earth.08. His novels are well known for their [eccentric] characters and surprising plot twists.09. Artist Salvador Dali was famous for his [eccentricity] and his strange, dreamlike paintings.10. He is an [eccentric] musician who often uses household noises and animal sounds in his compositions.11. Bertrand Russell once said: "Do not fear to be [eccentric] in opinion, for every opinion now accepted was once [eccentric]."12. Mark Twain once said that to be virtuous is to be [eccentric].13. Edward G. Bulwer-Lytton once said that the world thinks [eccentricity] in great things is genius, but in small things, only crazy.14. My English professor was an [eccentric] old guy who could recite every line of Shakespeare by memory, but could never remember where he put his glasses, or what any of our names were.15. The singer Prince was a bit [eccentric], and once announced he would no longer use the name "Prince", and would be known instead by a sign that merges the symbols for male and female.
Grammatical examples in English. 2013.