Definition of eclectically in English:



See eclectic

  • ‘They gracefully span an eclectically broad repertoire with songs from Motown, Portishead, Bach and Bulgarian folk music.’
  • ‘In the film, this was translated into a chronology of the years, eclectically soundtracking the film's events.’
  • ‘Having said that, Ross has chosen eclectically and well and edited with skill.’
  • ‘It is a quick read, well illustrated, but not written for a general audience, containing complicated arguments and a range of references which might be described as eclectically Post-Modernist.’
  • ‘More notice was gained by his novels, which he wrote partly for money (debt long remained a problem) but which also developed, eclectically rather than consistently, social and political ideas then current.’