I was trying to give an example for a new word I was trying to learn, "peculiar". Is this correct?
This house has been furnished with a peculiar style.
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According to the Cambridge dictionary the word peculiar means:
The sentence will be correct and will have sense if we write it as:
This house has been furnished in a peculiar style.
'In style' here means "in what way?", "how?" while "with" would mean "something physical", "together with".