Odd and Unnatural

Odd

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Odd adjective – Being one of a pair or set without a corresponding mate.
Unnatural is a synonym for odd in usual topic. In some cases you can use "Unnatural" instead an adjective "Odd", when it comes to topics like eerie.
Nearby Words: oddity, oddly
Synonyms for Odd

Unnatural

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Unnatural adjective – Departing from some accepted standard of what is normal.
Usage example: the documentary evinces an unnatural obsession with the gruesome details of the disaster

Odd is a synonym for unnatural in usual topic. You can use "Odd" instead an adjective "Unnatural", if it concerns topics such as artificial, abnormal.
Nearby Word: unnaturally
Synonyms for Unnatural

Things that words describes

obsession odd obsession unnatural obsession
style odd style unnatural style
relationship odd relationship unnatural relationship
nature odd nature unnatural nature
Other nouns: appearance, amount, effect, way, effects, color, accent, version, behavior, colors, ways, events, powers, creatures.

Both words in one sentence

  • Series / As Time Goes By Ludicrous Precision: A mild example, but Mrs Bale always says lunch will be served in an odd number of minutes, or "X and a half" minutes, in an unnatural way.
  • Locked into Strangeness Mage: The Awakening allows this (for varying durations) via the Branding Paradox result, which inflicts upon the mage an unnatural feature ranging from an odd scent to scales and a tail.
  • A character within the story hears something odd. Unnatural.
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