uneccentric

uneccentric

(ˌʌnɪkˈsɛntrɪk)
adj
not eccentric
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His serve has world-class pace and a degree of placement and variety no one else comes close to; the service motion is lithe and uneccentric, distinctive (on TV) only in a certain eel-like all-body snap at the moment of impact.
It has to be differentiated from familial and sporadic cases and uneccentric osteolysis.
He also included Pessoa in the 1976 Who's Who in Twentieth Century Literature, arguing that 'Pessoa is one of the dozen or so greatest poets of this century [...] Pessoa's self-knowledge was strangely profound, the intellectual plan behind his poetry is as remarkably lucid and uneccentric as that of any in the twentieth century.
unhyphenated unindented ** unitalicized * unsymmetrical unpatented [Thank God some words still belong to everyone.] UNTRUTHFUL uneccentric * uneven (letter number) unending.
With him I seemed calm, masterful, and uneccentric; the Superior Man that the I Ching talks so much about.
Maybe it would be more accurate to describe the Ozzers as eccentric only when they are being uneccentric. Players have been known to enjoy a spectacular night before with serious business yet to be done.