It was out of this anger, oddly enough, that the memory of the girl came to him.
And I cannot tell what turn my mind had taken to dictate so oddly to my pen.
Oddly enough, the last person to see her before she left was Harriet Kennedy.
But when she learned that K. was upstairs, oddly enough, she did not go up at once.
Oddly enough, the shock of recognition brought him to his senses,—temporarily.
Oddly enough, this last Cockney epigram clings to my memory.
Caradoc's narrative was oddly prophetic of the fate of the Vulcan.
I understood you to say he did it oddly and coldly; but, by Venus!
It opens so abruptly and oddly, that attention is bespoke from the first line.
As she said the last sentence she thought it came that night oddly from her lips.