Examples of oddity in a Sentence
Her shyness makes her a bit of an oddity in the business world.
The zoo has such oddities as anteaters and platypuses.
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Since then, calamitous injury, glorious debuts and several key comings and goings have roiled the rosters of both playoff contenders, leaving, well, plenty of oddities heading into the mini-game at Nationals Park.
But today the valley has its own high-end Shangri-La, which sacrifices nothing in the way of amenities while offering the kind of oddity that can’t be faked.
And then here comes another of those weird oddities in the Big Star journey - recognition catches up with the band decades later, the same way a storm announces itself.
Steeples Savannah is a city of steeples, a fact the show acknowledges through many dramatic shots of these architectural oddities.
Most of the campaign’s oddities, command failures and tragedies emerged from the extreme weather — an unofficial belligerent in the conflict.
Cars will be fitted with power-sapping restrictor plates (the norm at big superspeedways but an oddity at CMS) and six-inch spoilers.
But among the oddities caught this season by one of those dozen-plus cameras and observed by at least one reporter has been Delino DeShields taking a moment to jot down a few notes in his little black baseball notebook.
Port’s father, a junk dealer, forbade his son from shooting a gun, which made his boy an oddity among his peers.
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ODDITY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of oddity for English Language Learners
: a strange or unusual person or thing
: the quality or state of being strange or unusual
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