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odd (the sense ‘strange, peculiar’ is not pre-S.)
1. at variance “with” Troil. IV. v. 264.
2. unconnected, irregular, casual Ado II. iii. 255 [244] “some odd quirks,” Mer.V. II. ii. 68 “such odd sayings,” R3 I. iii. 337 “old odd ends” (Ff “odde old ends”).
3. out of the way Tp. I. ii. 223 “an angle of the isle.”
4. extra, received over and above Ham. V. ii. 185 “my shame and the odd hits.”
5. extraordinary, unexampled Lucr. 1433 “such odd action.”
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