But she pushes things to excess in an imaginative, sometimes idiosyncratic way.
In their idiosyncratic ways, each play has a bravura role for a leading actor.
Having something to say - and an idiosyncratic way of saying it - becomes the point.
The books share a fascination with the form of telling a story and the idiosyncratic ways in which language is perceived.
Or perhaps it would be a personal, idiosyncratic way of alleviating frustration.
When Orlando realized that the other was trying, in his idiosyncratic way, to help him to shore, he relaxed.
But each has an idiosyncratic way of organizing information in its database.
Local cable companies adopted Fox in a somewhat idiosyncratic way.
Almost at the same time she completed a biography of her father and his three brothers: remarkable men all, in idiosyncratic ways.
"I concluded that in his own idiosyncratic way, he's been an effective mayor."