1 (in art, philosophy, etc.) selecting what seems best from various styles, doctrines, ideas, methods, etc.
2 composed of elements drawn from a variety of sources, styles, etc.
3 a person who favours an eclectic approach, esp. in art or philosophy
(C17: from Greek eklektikos, from eklegein to select, from legein to gather)
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all-embracing, broad, catholic, comprehensive, dilettantish, diverse, diversified, general, heterogeneous, liberal, manifold, many-sided, multifarious, selective, varied, wide-ranging
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