Odd adjective - Different from the ordinary in a way that causes curiosity or suspicion.
Usage example: odd behavior that prompted one of the waiting passengers to alert airport security
Peculiar is a synonym for odd in unusual topic. In some cases you can use "Peculiar" instead the word "Odd" as an adjective or a noun, when it comes to topics like strange, characteristic, mental condition, notable. popular alternative
Peculiar adjective - Being out of the ordinary.
Usage example: a writer with a peculiar talent for capturing the feel of everyday conversation
Odd is a synonym for peculiar in strange topic. You can use "Odd" instead the word "Peculiar" as an adjective or a noun, if it concerns topics such as mental condition, property, notable, irregular. popular alternative
Both words in one sentence
- But to speakers of these 'weird' languages, English will just seem as odd and peculiar - what, you can't just add a suffix to a verb to tell that you have personal knowledge of something, and didn't just learn about it via hearsay?
Source: Useful Notes / Linguistics
- J.B. Priestley's Dangerous Corner requires Stanton to say "It's very rum ..." (antiquated word for odd, strange, peculiar) while pouring drinks.
Source: Have A Gay Old Time / Theatre
- He is under the impression of seeing 14 people, dressed in an odd way and currying peculiar items.
Source: Bibliography / Agatha Christie
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