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odd


odd

adjective

Definition of ODD

1
being one of a pair or set without a corresponding mate <somehow, there's always at least one odd sock that comes out of the dryer>
Related Words alone, lone, only, single, singular, sole, solitary
Antonyms matched, paired
4
noticeably different from what is generally found or experienced <the odd occurrences in the area attracted the attention of people interested in psychic phenomena>
5
not often occurring or repeated <with the exception of the odd sick day, he never takes time off from work>
Near Antonyms daily, regular; common, ordinary, routine
Antonyms frequent

February 28, 2015
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To speak pompously or dogmatically
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