Synonyms of odd in English:

odd

adjective

  • 1 the neighbours thought him very odd
    [Antonyms] normal, conventional
  • 2 quite a few odd things had happened in the last two days
    suspicious, dubious, questionable;
    Scottish unco;
    Frenchoutré
    informal fishy, creepy, spooky
    British informal rum
    [Antonyms] ordinary, usual
  • 3 odd numbers
    uneven, not divisible by two
  • 4 we have the odd drink together he does odd jobs for friends
    occasional, casual, irregular, isolated, incidental, random, sporadic, seasonal, periodic, part-time;
    miscellaneous, various, varied, sundry
    [Antonyms] regular
  • 5 when you've got an odd five minutes, could I have a word
    spare, unoccupied, free, not committed, available;
    between engagements, between appointments
  • 6 he's wearing odd shoes
    mismatched, unmatched, unpaired;
    single, lone, solitary, extra, surplus, leftover, remaining, unused;
    Scottish orra
  • Phrases

    odd man out

    outsider, exception, oddity, nonconformist, maverick, individualist, misfit, eccentric, fish out of water, square peg in a round hole, round peg in a square hole
    informal freak

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    odd, strange, curious, peculiar
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