- eclectic ► ADJECTIVE ▪ deriving ideas or style from a broad and varied range of sources.► NOUN ▪ an eclectic person.DERIVATIVES eclectically adverb eclecticism noun.ORIGIN Greek eklektikos, from eklegein 'pick out' .
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Eclectically — Ec*lec tic*al*ly, adv. In an eclectic manner; by an eclectic method. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
eclectically — adverb see eclectic I … New Collegiate Dictionary
eclectically — See eclectic. * * * … Universalium
eclectically — adverb in an eclectic manner … Wiktionary
eclectically — adv. in an eclectic manner, comprehensively, diversely … English contemporary dictionary
eclectically — ec·lec·ti·cal·ly … English syllables
eclectically — See: eclectic … English dictionary
eclectically — adverb see eclectic I … Useful english dictionary
eclectic — eclectically, adv. /i klek tik/, adj. 1. selecting or choosing from various sources. 2. made up of what is selected from different sources. 3. not following any one system, as of philosophy, medicine, etc., but selecting and using what are… … Universalium
eclectic — I. adjective Etymology: Greek eklektikos, from eklegein to select, from ex out + legein to gather more at legend Date: 1683 1. selecting what appears to be best in various doctrines, methods, or styles 2. composed of elements drawn from various… … New Collegiate Dictionary