Definition of 'idiosyncrasies'
Example sentences containing 'idiosyncrasies'
It was as if he was pleading a kind of freemasonry because the pair of them shared idiosyncrasies of language.DISPLACED PERSON (2001)
I preferred dogs and could never quite understand this passion of Jon's, but I accepted it as one of his idiosyncrasies.ABSOLUTE TRUTHS (2001)
Also there are one or two small amatory idiosyncrasies which I enjoy if I can find a willing partner of the opposite sex.CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)
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