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eclecticism (ɪˈklɛktɪˌsɪzəm Pronunciation for eclecticism ; ɛˈklɛk-) 

Definitions

noun

  1. an eclectic system or method
  2. the use or advocacy of such a system

Example Sentences Including 'eclecticism'

' Figgkidd, aka Lee Munro, also credits his upbringing in one of Sydney's multicultural hubs for his mus- ical eclecticism.
Australian News Misc (2004)
' Figgkidd, aka Lee Munro, also credits his upbringing in one of Sydney's multicultural hubs for his musical eclecticism.
Australian News Misc (2004)
But that is the joy of this show: immediate eclecticism and an insight into a crazed but endearing mind.
Glasgow Herald (2001)
Further evidence of her eclecticism is found in the instruments she played as a child.
Glasgow Herald (2001)
Hindus are proud of their eclecticism , their innate capacity for tolerance.
India Today (1996)
Judged out of context, Yeats's claims for the eclecticism of the symbols of rose and cross seem extreme.
Kinahan, Frank Yeats, Folklore, and Occultism: Contexts of the Early Work and Thought.
There's a giddy and gladdening eclecticism in the range of topics and tone.
Various Looking For the Spark

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