Student Thesaurus

One entry found for odd.
Entry Word: odd
Function: adjective
Text: 1 being one of a pair or set without a corresponding mate <somehow, there's always at least one odd sock that comes out of the dryer>
Synonyms unmatched, unpaired
Related Words alone, lone, only, single, singular, sole, solitary
Antonyms matched, paired
2 different from the ordinary in a way that causes curiosity or suspicion <one girl dyed her hair purple with pink polka dots, which was a rather odd effect>
Synonyms bizarre, curious, far-out, funny, kinky, outlandish, out-of-the-way, outré, peculiar, quaint, queer, queerish, quirky, remarkable, screwy, strange, wacky, way-out, weird, wild
Related Words aberrant, abnormal, atypical, extraordinary, fantastic, flaky, freak, freakish, idiosyncratic, phenomenal, singular, unique, unusual, unwonted; conspicuous, notable, noticeable, outstanding, prominent, salient, striking; atrocious, outrageous, shocking; nonconformist, unconventional, unorthodox; eccentric, idiosyncratic; rare, uncommon, uncustomary; baffling, bewildering, confounding, mystifying, perplexing, puzzling
Near Antonyms average, commonplace, everyday, garden, ordinary, prosaic, routine, run-of-the-mill, typical, unexceptional, unremarkable, usual, workaday; conformist, conservative, conventional; expected, familiar, predictable; common, customary, frequent, habitual, regular, wonted
3 being out of the ordinary <the only odd grade for the exam was the one perfect score> -- see EXCEPTIONAL
4 noticeably different from what is generally found or experienced <the odd occurrences in the area attracted the attention of people interested in psychic phenomena> -- see UNUSUAL 1