noun (plural oddities)
- 1A strange or peculiar person, thing, or trait: she was regarded as a bit of an oddityMore example sentences
- Margret stared in wonder, her town had nothing like the strange creatures and oddities for sale that were here.
- The book is filled with astonishing performances, with strange and delightful oddities.
- Of course that doesn't compensate for oddities in the original recordings.
- 1.1The quality of being strange or peculiar: realizing the oddity of the remark, he retracted itMore example sentences
- The highlanders, with their visible poverty and audible oddity of speech, met with a mixed reception and often sent home unfavourable reports.
- As they went out of the room, Lyenda voiced out one oddity of the palace.
- The oddity of these locutions indicates how far from the mark are the analyses of ‘know’ from which they derive.