march to (the beat of) a different drummer


march to (the beat of) a different drummer
march to (the beat of) a different ˈdrummer/ˈdrum idiom
to behave in a different way from other people; to have different attitudes or ideas

She was a gifted and original artist who marched to a different drummer.

Main entry:marchidiom

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