Odd and Unorthodox


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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

Unorthodox and odd are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Unorthodox" instead an adjective "Odd".
Nearby Words: oddity, oddly
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Unorthodox adjective – Deviating from commonly accepted beliefs or practices.
Odd and unorthodox are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Odd" instead an adjective "Unorthodox".
Synonyms for Unorthodox

Things that words describes

sense odd sense unorthodox sense
choice odd choice unorthodox choice
style odd style unorthodox style
quirk odd quirk unorthodox quirk
Other nouns: nature, form, way, example, story, effects, version, colors, ways, ideas.

Both words in one sentence

  • Odd Job Gods The only god not associated with a season, his domain is all things out of place: demons, children born out of wedlock (obviously), odd loves, disasters, and unorthodox justice.
    Source: Odd Job Gods
  • Useful Notes / Apple Macintosh aka: Macintosh The latest version is an odd-duck in itself- with an unorthodox cylindrical design.
  • Wax On, Wax Off An odd form of training passed off by an unorthodox master on a skeptical student.
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