oddity

Part of speech: noun

Something odd; singularity; eccentricity.

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Usage examples "oddity":

  1. What an oddity he is! - "Winding Paths", Gertrude Page.
  2. You know, these fellows have plenty of shrewdness in spite of their Irish oddity. - "John Bull's Other Island", George Bernard Shaw.
  3. The man was haggard, but handsome, more sunburned than the other; he had an aquiline profile and rather deep- sunken eyes, and a slight air of oddity arising from the combination of coal- black hair with a much lighter moustache. - "The Wisdom of Father Brown", G. K. Chesterton.