Peculiarly meaning

Such as to be greater than usual; particularly; exceptionally.
  • (degree) To greater degree than is usual.
    He has a peculiarly strong accent.
    This racehorse is peculiarly fast.
  • (manner) In a manner that is greater than usual.
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Such as to be strange or odd.
  • (degree) Strangely, oddly.
    His nose is peculiarly bent.
  • (manner) In a strange or perverse manner; strangely.
    He dresses peculiarly.
  • (evaluative) Such as to be strange or odd.
    Peculiarly, his hat is on upside-down.
  • (act-related) Acting in strange or perverse way.
    Peculiarly, he left through the window.
    Peculiarly, he sat bolt upright and shouted "Geronimo!" whenever John Wayne appeared.
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Strongly associated with.
  • (degree, of a place or circumstance) Mostly or solely associated with.
    Having red hair and freckles is a characteristic that is peculiarly Northern European.
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