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She not only understood Doug and all his oddities and frantic goofiness, but actually embraced it.

Initially, it seems that oddities are what British journalist Jon Ronson is after in this charming menagerie of essays.

And so, oddity of oddities, one of the beneficiaries of that might be the president.

They have, after all, been riding high ever since the Internet turned them into its favorite oddities.

In the meantime, there are more than a few oddities about the tax vote.

Each state of the United States generally has at least a few geographical oddities or unusual geographical formations.

But there are a multitude of other people who are odd, and whose oddities cannot be accounted for in the same way.

We were here above two months, attracted by Jenny's kind heart and oddities; but driven away finally by the insufferable dirt.

And then he sums up by saying, "Man is made up of bits and oddities."

Margaret Wharton, an unmarried lady of great wealth and ancient family, was one of the Yorkshire oddities of last century.

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On this page you'll find 47 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to oddities, such as: phenomenon, quirk, characteristic, incongruity, rarity, and peculiarity.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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