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And on this oddness, of which the number three has the impress, the opposite idea will never intrude?
PHAEDOPLATO
Quiz′ziness, oddness; Quiz′zing, raillery; Quiz′zing-glass, a single eye-glass.
This may look like oddness in me, but it iz mi sentiments enny how.
She began to like him again: the oddness of it all was appealing.
The oddness was wearing off; only the more exceptional things seemed now worth taking care of.
MEMOIRS OF A SURREY LABOURERGEORGE STURT (AKA GEORGE BOURNE)
They are waited on by a deaf old woman, who believes them to be Americans, which accounts to her mind for any oddness.
CRIPPS, THE CARRIERR. D. (RICHARD DODDRIDGE) BLACKMORE
The oddness, the awkwardness of manner had passed away, and her old grace of bearing had come back.
BROOKE'S DAUGHTERADELINE SERGEANT
The sight of the caps, and the oddness of the cause, set the whole court a-laughing.
THE HISTORY OF DON QUIXOTE DE LA MANCHAMIGUEL DE CERVANTES SAAVEDRA
The unnatural, false, affected style of the moderns that makes sense and simplicity oddness.
ANIMA POETSAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE
They had been speaking almost confidentially, and Marian seemed to become suddenly aware of an oddness in the situation.
NEW GRUB STREETGEORGE GISSING

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