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Example Sentences for "odd"

Why are you asking me that?Oliver, usually the biggest talker, was oddly silent at yesterday's meetingWhat an odd question. Why are you asking me that?

Oliver, usually the biggest talker, was oddly silent at yesterday's meeting.

Natalie is kind of an odd person, but once you get to know her she can be a lot of fun.

That hairdo is a little odd looking, isn't it, with its different colors, and those bald patches?

Little Fido is behaving somewhat oddly this morning; do you think there's something the matter?

We like to have the odd cocktail after work.

Even-numbered players go to the left, odd-numbered players to the right.

A. Cygni once observed that it is odd that a person's worth to society is measured by their wealth, when instead their wealth should be measured by their worth to society.

He is an odd fellow who often talks to himself and is afraid to look you in the eyes.

My new neighbor is really odd; she stays up at night, and howls at the moon.

Telephone inventor Alexander Graham Bell had an odd habit of drinking his soup through a glass straw.

Oddly, as of the year 2000, Brazil has never won a gold medal in soccer at the Olympic Games.

Of the 15,000-odd known species of orchids in the world, 3,000 of them can be found in Brazil.

Apparently, in casinos, the odds in blackjack are much better than the odds in most other games.

If you go out in the sun without any protection, the odds are you will do serious damage to your skin.


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