Thesaurus / oddness

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The most notable characteristic of the young clergyman's appearance was his outer guilelessness and the oddness of his face.

At first he did not seem more than ordinarily surprised to see me; it was only after a moment that the oddness struck him.

The oddness of the incident impressed it indelibly on my mind.

The RetrospectAda Cambridge

This may look like oddness in me, but it iz mi sentiments enny how.

And the oddness of her manner as she greeted them only confirmed the old man's prejudice against her.

I dwelt not on the oddness of its contents, thoroughly characteristic of the writer.

The War TrailMayne Reid

He was conscious of the oddness of speaking of their friend by his surname, and reddened at his blunder.

The oddness is not so much in the repetition as in the air of enjoyment and spontaneity worn by the grinder.

My Contemporaries In FictionDavid Christie Murray

We must, however, first account for the oddness and incongruity of the apparent characters which they were forced to assume.

Willy ReillyWilliam Carleton

But this oddness belongs to other numbers also (pentad, heptad, &c.).

AristotleGeorge Grote

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