odd

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  • Info Odd means unpaired, occasional, strange or unusual, or a person who is viewed as eccentric.
  • They decided to use odd on one half and even on the other.
  • Council members place one, place three and place five are elected in odd years.
  • One way is used for even numbers, the other for an odd number.
  • One field contains all odd lines in the image, the other contains all even lines.
  • Council members serve a two-year term, and the full council is elected during odd years.
  • There might be the odd sort of one-off here and there.
  • Gates on the south side use even numbers while those on the north use odd.
  • To pay their way, group members performed at odd jobs along the way.
  • If n is odd, then x n = b has one real solution.
  • February consisted of two parts, each with an odd number of days.
  • The old gentleman had been odder than ever the last day or so. Cited from The Window-Gazer, Isabel Ecclestone Mackay
  • It is unknown whether there are any odd perfect numbers, though various results have been obtained.
  • Therefore, the person says, all odd numbers are either prime or square.
  • For instance, first the odd lines are sent, then the even lines.
  • A cycle is even if and only if its length is odd.
  • Council members are elected in odd number years for terms beginning in even numbered years.
  • He must be the oddest person, to judge from the letter he wrote me. Cited from Polly, by L. T. Meade
  • Every odd-numbered year, either two or three members are elected for four-year terms.
  • The program was usually broadcast by independent stations -- often at odd hours.
  • Players purchase cards and mark out all even, odd or pre-drawn numbers.
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Meaning of odd

  • adjective Not divisible by two