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Harry's behaviour did seem a little odd.
His paintings are a rather odd mixture of German and British influences.
It's very odd that he hasn't sent you a birthday present.
It struck me as odd that there was no reply to my letter.
an odd-sounding name
The children were very odd-looking in their costumes.
But the odd thing was that I didn't feel guilty.
That's odd, I thought I left my coat on the chair.
This is the British English definition of odd. View American English definition of odd.
the part of the nucleus of an atom that has a positive electrical charge