eclectic adj : selecting what seems best of various styles or ideas n : someone who selects according to the eclectic method [syn: eclecticist]
- /ɪˈklɛktɪk/, /I"klEktIk/
Selecting a mixture of what appear to be best of various doctrines, methods, or styles
- Someone who selects according to the eclectic method.
eclectic may refer to:
- Eclecticism, philosophical movement, artistic movement, etc.
- Eclectic Medicine, a combination of herbalism, physical therapies and other substances from in the 19th century
- For Eclectic Psychotherapy see Integrative Psychotherapy
- Eclectic Magazine, a periodical published for more than a century in New York City
- Eclectic Society (Christian) (1), English missionary and anti-slavery society, founded in London in 1783
- Eclectic Society (Fraternity) (2), American college fraternity, Phi Nu Theta, founded at Wesleyan University in 1838.
- Eclectic (car), a solar and wind powered car
- Eclectic, Alabama, a town
- Morning Becomes Eclectic, radio program, based in Santa Monica, CA
- Sounds Eclectic, radio program
- Eclectic-Music.com Website
- Eclectic-method, UK based band
- Eclectic Shorthand, or cross shorthand, an English shorthand system of the 19th century
- Eclectic Mouse, A Rock group from the late 60's
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