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
    strange, unusual, peculiar, funny, curious, bizarre, weird, uncanny, queer, unexpected, unfamiliar, abnormal, atypical, anomalous, untypical, different, out of the ordinary, out of the way, foreign, exceptional, rare, extraordinary, remarkable, puzzling, mystifying, mysterious, perplexing, baffling, unaccountable, incongruous, uncommon, irregular, singular, deviant, aberrant, freak, freakish; suspicious, dubious, questionable; eerie, unnatural; Scottishunco; 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; Scottishorra
  • Phrases

    odd man out

    outsiderexceptionodditynonconformistmaverickindividualistmisfiteccentricfish out of watersquare peg in a round holeround peg in a square hole informalfreak

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