English words and Examples of Usage

use "peculiar" in a sentence

The world is a piece of art, produced according to a very peculiar style.

Despite searches from the FBI and CIA, the circumstances remain peculiar.

They talked about the peculiar challenges of being a black police officer.

The drive for gentrification is systemic, peculiar to the corporate structure.

Blackbaud is peculiar when it comes to their addressable v. their overall market.

Mayer's regime has been a peculiar combination of buzzy dynamism and nebulous strategy.

Wells says Ditka's error probably came from a peculiar feature of the King James Bible.

One day, the teacher had a peculiar look on her face when I came to pick Albert up.

One peculiar custom of eating meat at the hunting site pertains to fish.

A peculiar kind of asterisk occurs very frequently in the text and margin.

Computer specialists have a special language that is peculiar to their group, and which is practically impossible to understand for anyone who doesn't work in their field.

The old woman's eyes were very peculiar, they seemed to look everywhere at once while actually seeing nothing at all.

The humor of his speech is derived from his peculiar local accent.

This song used traditional Albanian instruments, and a peculiar old man!

One day, Seymour finds Angie in her flat acting "peculiar" and looking sick.

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