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Odd

Antonyms for odd:

exact, matched, exhausted, even, average.

Synonyms for odd:

Sense 1

unrepresentative, inimitable, off-center, oddly, extreme, fantastic, individualistic, unlike, alternative, unlikely, exceptionally, kooky, special, unequal, fluky, grotesque, elaborate, alien, unheard-of, unusually, exotic, nonstandard, uniquely, funny-looking, old fashioned, curiously.

Sense 2

touched, fanciful, accidental, poor, casual, fortuitous.

Sense 3

inadvertent, weird, cranky, unnatural.

Sense 4

contingent.

bizarre

kinky.

laughable

rich.

miscellaneous

heterogeneous.

not able

particular.

strange

out-of-the-way, unaccountable.

Other synonyms and related words:

unnatural, alternative, kinky, touched, unequal, rich, leftover, curiously, comic, risible, freak, left over, fishy, unprecedented, contingent, fantastic, preternatural, old fashioned, unaccustomed, unwonted, suspect, inexact, unpaired, extreme, whimsical, unrepresentative, scarce, mirthful, shady, fanciful, out-of-the-way, oddly, comical, rummy, remaining, mad, exotic, kooky, quaint, unexpended, droll, uneven, amusing, uncouth, particular, unaccountable, unparalleled, cranky, alien, rum, grotesque, accidental, unheard-of, exceeding, special, inadvertent, nonstandard, phenomenal, fortuitous, poor, fluky, one, unspent, unmated, laughable, unmatched, weird, spotty, unexhausted, casual, heterogeneous, left, offbeat, unlikely, suspicious, inimitable, remarkable, unusually, crotchety, extraordinaire, especial, mismatched, unlike, off-center.

all (adjective)

uneven.

chance (adjective)

fluky.

curious (adjective)

novelty.

different (adjective)

unequal, unusual.

exceptional (adjective)

uncustomary, unique, unheard-of.

infrequent (adjective)

unusual, sparse, uncommon, isolated, occasional, rare, infrequent, sporadic.

irregular (adjective)

irregular, exceptional.

miscellaneous, various (adjective)

irregular, fluky, occasional, casual, contingent, different, accidental, fortuitous.

nonconforming (adjective)

unfamiliar, quirky, nonconforming, atypical, incongruous, funny, unique, different, curious, oddity, divergent, inconsistent, strange, abnormal, bizarre, singular, freakish, irregular, untypical, deranged, mismatch, improper, erratic, uncustomary, outlandish, unusual, aberrant, anomalous, unconventional, idiosyncratic, out of the ordinary, off, uncommon, novel, exceptional, extraordinary, eccentric, crazy, oddball, un-ordinary, misfit, peculiar, incompatible, crosspatch, fey, deviant.

single (adjective)

singular, individual, solitary, unique, lone, one, only, sole, single.

single, unmatched; uneven (adjective)

solitary, individual, exceeding, leftover, singular, sole, remaining, left, lone, unpaired.

unequal (adjective)

mismatched.

unusual (adjective)

quaint, unwonted.

Sense 1 (noun)

exotic.

Sense 3 (noun)

kooky, weird, cranky, unnatural.

Sense 4 (noun)

heterogeneous.

Sense 6 (noun)

inadvertent, contingent, accidental, fortuitous, casual, fluky.

odd (noun)

unmated, rum, peculiar, singular, leftover, curious, inexact, unexhausted, left, mismatched, funny, unusual, unexpended, strange, remaining, left over, unmatched, rummy, unpaired.

Usage examples for odd:

  • " It is very odd," I mused. - "Hilda Wade A Woman With Tenacity Of Purpose", Grant Allen.
  • Nothing is the worse for being a little odd." - "The Memoires of Casanova, Complete The Rare Unabridged London Edition Of 1894, plus An Unpublished Chapter of History, By Arthur Symons", Jacques Casanova de Seingalt.
  • Who gets the odd one? - "The High School Boys' Training Hike", H. Irving Hancock.

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