Eclectic

The adjective eclectic is a collection of styles, ideas or methods from various sources.

Synonyms are wide, broad, assorted, or heterogeneous.

The word origins from French (1650s) eclectique, from Greek eklektikos meaning “selective,” literally “picking out”, from eklektos meaning “selected” and from eklegein meaning “pick out, select,” (ek = “out” plus legein = “gather, choose”). Broader sense of “borrowed from diverse sources” is first recorded 1847 and as a noun from 1817.

These past few days, I’ve been watching an eclectic mix of movies.

The topics tackled at Mr. Cooper’s speech were eclectic.

Having an eclectic taste in music is okay, there’s nothing weird about it.