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The most absurd faces, with sprigs of flowers stuck in the oddest fashion in their comical and childish heads!

He was the oddest of odd numbers, a stormy petrel indeed, and they did not know how to take him.

Tom Slade's Double DarePercy Keese Fitzhugh

At this she appeared to have, in the oddest way, a momentary revulsion.

Louisa PallantHenry James

This world is contingency and absurdity incarnate, the oddest of possibilities masquerading momentarily as a fact.

Soliloquies in EnglandGeorge Santayana

One of the oddest things of which I heard on my trip was that Mr. Howells is credited with being born in more than one place.

Years of My YouthWilliam Dean Howells

The gynecian war between these two sections of womanhood is one of the oddest things belonging to this odd condition of affairs.

Such are among the oddest to look upon of Sokotra's vegetable productions.

Southern ArabiaTheodore Bent

Of all the odd things I have ever heard (and their name is Legion), I think it is the oddest.

I feel your touch, and there is something there that moves me in the oddest way.

The Hidden PlacesBertrand W. Sinclair

She never used to mind trifles, but now she frets about the oddest things, and I can't change them.

Jack and JillLouisa May Alcott


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