[ UK /ˈɒdɪti/ ]
[ US /ˈɑdəti/ ]
NOUN
  1. something unusual -- perhaps worthy of collecting
  2. eccentricity that is not easily explained
  3. a strange attitude or habit
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How To Use oddity In A Sentence

  • Written with charm and humour, this is a touching, absorbing oddity of a book about love, grief, avarice and generosity.
  • A true oddity, it's a film about some twisted racketeers involved with a travelling carnival.
  • The oddity of Saintsbury's view may be easily seen in particular instances.
  • It was, of course, a completely unnatural oddity of physics, but the Weak Hole in particular was worse than your average black hole.
  • The big point is the sheer oddity of human self-awareness. Times, Sunday Times
  • From his weird behaviour, he seems a bit of an oddity.
  • She suddenly realized the oddity of her remark and blushed.
  • The F-101B, the F-102, and the F-106 were high-speed interceptors, the F-105 a “fighter-bomber” designed to drop nuclear weapons, the F-104 an indescribable and dangerous oddity. Matthew Yglesias » Government for Sale
  • The oddity of this elaborate metaphor involving verse and human feet should not go unnoticed.
  • Carlson noticed another oddity; his plant had bloomed twice.
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