While there, LeCun was allowed to dabble in some of his offbeat interests, including philosophy.
I told her he was great looking, offbeat, went to Brown, worked for David Lynch.
A staff writer at The New Yorker, Orlean is drawn to offbeat subjects, and she chooses them instinctively.
Her memoir-ish book of offbeat advice for budding “power girls,” titled If You Have to Cry, Go Outside, comes out the next day.
He also enjoys hand dancing, an offbeat kind of hands-together swing dance.
The women Peterson photographed were offbeat, eccentric, irreverent, and not conventionally pretty.
“Shake It Off” and its accompanying music video are all about being a goober and dancing like an offbeat weirdo.
But Portlandia, which is directed and co-written by Jonathan Krisel, stops short of stunt casting by sticking to the offbeat.
The hour—I am sorry I cannot recall the hour of arrival—but it was, as we say, an offbeat hour.
Unusual; unconventional; strange: the offbeat death in an off-Broadway hotel/ its offbeat ad seeking 10 Renaissance-type men
[1935+; fr the interruption of a regular rhythm in music]