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peculiar

528 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[pɪkjˈuːlɪə], [pɪkjˈuːlɪə], [p_ɪ_k_j_ˈuː_l_ɪ__ə]
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Synonyms for Peculiar:

exceptional (adjective)

excellent, exceptional, exotic, extraordinary, fabulous, fantastic, marvelous, miraculous, notable, noteworthy, novel, outlandish, outstanding, phenomenal, remarkable, sensational, striking, superior, unprecedented, unusual, wonderful, wonderous.

nonconforming (adjective)

aberrant, abnormal, anomalous, atypical, bizarre, crazy, crosspatch, curious, deranged, deviant, different, divergent, eccentric, erratic, fey, freakish, funny, idiosyncratic, improper, incompatible, incongruous, inconsistent, irregular, misfit, mismatch, nonconforming, odd, oddball, oddity, off, out of the ordinary, quirky, singular, strange, un-ordinary, uncommon, unconventional, uncustomary, unfamiliar, unique, untypical.

special (adjective)

characteristic, definite, discriminating, distinguishing, feature, hallmark, individual, keynote, particular, precise, special, specialized, specific.

unusual (adjective)

rare.

Other synonyms and related words:

Bohemian, Derogatory abnormal, Indicatory, Interdicted, Queerish, Shire, Typography arbitrary, aberrated, abnormous, absurd, alien, amor nummi, amusing, anathema, anomalistic, another, antic, appropriate, appropriate for, appropriate to, arbitrary, archetypal, askew, awry, badge, baffling, barbarous, barmy, bent, beyond the pale, bizarro, brand, camp, capricious, categorical, certain, character, characteristic of, characterized by, characterizing, chief, chimeric, circumscribed, city, classic, classificational, classificatory, clear-cut, comic, comical, concrete, connotative, contrasting, contrastive, correct, corrupt, corrupted, county, crackpot, crank, crankish, cranky, creepy, crotchety, customary, defined, defining, definitive, delineated, demonstrative, denominative, denotative, denotative of, designative, detached, determinate, determined, deviate, deviating, deviative, diacritic, diacritical, diagnostic, differencing, differential, differentiative, disallowed, discrete, discriminative, dissimilar, distinct, distinctive, distinctive of, distinguishable, distinguished, district, divisional, divisionary, dotty, doubtful, droll, dubious, edgy, eerie, egregious, eldritch, else, emblem, emblematic, endemic, errant, erroneous, esoteric, especial, essential, established, evidential, exact, exceeding, exclusive, exhibitive, explicit, express, expressive, extra, extraordinaire, extravagant, fallacious, false, fanciful, fantastical, far-fetched, far-out, figural, figurative, figure, finical, finicky, fishy, fixed, flaky, flighty, foolhardy, foolish, forbidden, foreign, freak, freaky, funky, ghoulish, giddy, gnominious, grotesque, gruesome, hieroglyph, hieroglyphic, homophile, identifying, ideographic, idiocratic, idiomatic, idiotypical, implausible, implicative, impossible, impracticable, impractical, imprecise, improbable, imprudent, in character, in error, inaccurate, inadmissible, incomprehensible, inconceivable, incorrect, incredible, indecent, indicated, indicating, indicative, indicative of, indigenous to, individual to, individualistic, individualized, individualizing, individuating, inexact, inexplicable, informal, infrequent, inherent, inimitable, innovative, inquisitive, insane, inscrutable, insigne, interrogative, intrinsic, irrational, isolated, kinky, kookie, kooky, label, laughable, lawless, left, leftover, letter, limited, limited to, local, local to, ludicrous, macabre, mad, madcap, maggoty, mark, marked, masochistic, meaningful, metaphorical, mirthful, misplaced, mistaken, monogram, monstrous, morbid, multiform, municipal, mysterious, mystifying, naming, native to, natural to, neighbourhood, new, nightmarish, nonconformist, not kosher, not that sort, not the same, not the type, number, nuts, nutty, observed in, of a sort, of another sort, of sorts, off the beam, off-kilter, off-the-wall, offbeat, one, ordinal, ordinary, original, other, other than, other-worldly, otherwise, out, out of character, out of keeping, out of order, out of place, out-of-the-way, outrageous, outre, own, pale, paranormal, partial, party, passing strange, patented, pathognomonic, personal, personal to, personalized, personalizing, perverse, perverted, picturesque, pixilated, pixyish, playful, polymorphic, polymorphous, predetermined, preposterous, preternatural, private, privy, prohibited, proper, prototypical, provincial, puckish, puzzling, quaint, questionable, quintessential, reckless, regional, remaining, remote, representative, respective, restricted, restricted to, ridiculous, risible, rum, rummy, rune, sadistic, sado-masochistic, same, scarce, screwball, screwy, seal, seen in, select, semantic, semiotic, separate, separative, set, several, shady, shocking, sick, sign, signal, signalizing, significant, significative, signifying, silly, single, sole, sort, spaced-out, special to, specific to, specified, spelled out, spelt out, spooky, stamp, state, stomach-turning, stray, subdivisional, subjective, suggesting, suggestive, sui generis, supernatural, surprising, surreal, suspect, suspicious, swank, symbol, symbolic, symbolical, symbolistic, symbological, symptomatic, symptomatic of, symptomatologic, taxonomic, teratogenic, the, touched, town, traditional, true to form, twisted, typal, type, typical, typical of, unacceptable, unaccountable, unaccustomed, unambiguous, unanticipated, unbelievable, uncanny, uncharacteristic, uncomformable, unearthly, unequivocal, uneven, unexampled, unexpected, unexpended, unexplainable, unexplained, unfathomable, ungodly, unheard-of, unintelligible, unique to, unitary, unknown, unlikely, unmatched, unmated, unnatural, unorthodox, unpaired, unparalleled, unpractical, unreal, unrealistic, unreasonable, unrepresentative, unseemly, unsuitable, unthinkable, unwonted, unworkable, usual, various, verboten, village, vintage, wacky, wandering, wanton, warped, way out, wayward, weird, weirdo, whimsical, wild, wondrous strange, wrong, wry.

Quotes for Peculiar:

  1. The best books for a man are not always those which the wise recommend, but often those which meet the peculiar wants, the natural thirst of his mind, and therefore awaken interest and rivet thought. William Ellery Channing.
  2. It is not my fault that certain so -called bohemian elements have found in my writings something to hang their peculiar beatnik theories on. Jack Kerouac.
  3. Until the last great war, a general expectation of material improvement was an idea peculiar to Western man. Now war and its aftermath have made economic and social progress a political imperative in every quarter of the globe. Lester B. Pearson.

Idioms of Peculiar:

  1. funny peculiar
  2. funny haha or funny peculiar?
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