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Each epitomized how the promise of serial victories at an oddity called college football could make Americans’ blood vessels churn and dance with hope.

It’s hard to think back to the Vision Fund era today, given the oddities that 2020 has brought.

Not only is it a real oddity—we have only found a few hundred in our galaxy—but it has some extremely rare features.

The "something" in this case was an oddity in the genome sequences of a number of bacteria.

The most obvious source of oddity will simply be the sight of someone other than Brady playing quarterback.

The gentle, erudite soul within a body the public considered an oddity is the contrast at the heart of “The Elephant Man.”

Africa was supposedly a place to avoid or, at best, an oddity to pity.

To that end, they partnered with oddity website Atlas Obscura over the summer to host “The School of Transgressive Placemaking.”

First oddity: power, open restaurants, people not in panic mode.

Beaching of the oarfish is a very rare occurrence—the last time it happened was 2010—so two in one week is certainly an oddity.

Fashion—Do not be too submissive to the dictates of fashion; at the same time avoid oddity or eccentricity in your dress.

Above, in the lower lofts, every conceivable human oddity was assembled in a sort of mercantile crazy quilt.

It is to be feared that it was taken out to be read because of its special oddity, and not put back.

We should like to see a Biblical Commentary from his pen; it, would be immortal on account of its straightforwardnsss and oddity.

The immense oddity resides in the almost exclusively typographic order of the offence.

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On this page you'll find 67 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to oddity, such as: abnormality, anomaly, characteristic, curiosity, idiosyncrasy, and incongruity.

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