oddness

  • 1Oddness — Odd ness, n. 1. The state of being odd, or not even. [1913 Webster] Take but one from three, and you not only destroy the oddness, but also the essence of that number. Fotherby. [1913 Webster] 2. Singularity; strangeness; eccentricity;… …

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  • 2oddness — index irregularity Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3oddness — (n.) late 14c., from ODD (Cf. odd) + NESS (Cf. ness) …

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  • 4oddness — odd ► ADJECTIVE 1) unusual or unexpected; strange. 2) (of whole numbers such as 3 and 5) having one left over as a remainder when divided by two. 3) (in combination ) in the region of: fifty odd years. 4) occasional: we have the odd drink… …

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  • 5oddness — noun see odd …

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  • 6oddness — See oddly. * * * …

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  • 7oddness — noun a) The state or quality of being odd. b) The result or product of being odd …

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  • 8oddness — odd·ness || É‘dnɪs / É’d n. quality of being odd; unusualness; eccentricity …

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  • 9oddness — odd·ness …

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  • 10oddness — See: odd …

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  • 11oddness — noun 1. the parity of odd numbers (not divisible by two) • Derivationally related forms: ↑odd • Hypernyms: ↑parity 2. eccentricity that is not easily explained • Syn: ↑oddity • Derivationally related for …

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  • 12Matrix (music) — In music, especially folk and popular music, a matrix is an element of variations which does not change.[1] The term was derived from use in musical writings and from Arthur Koestler s The Act of Creation, who defines creativity as the… …

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  • 13strange — strange, *singular, unique, peculiar, eccentric, erratic, odd, queer, quaint, outlandish, curious can mean varying from what is ordinary, usual, and to be expected. Strange, the most comprehensive of these terms, suggests unfamiliarity; it may… …

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  • 14Parity bit — 7 bits of data (number of 1s) 8 bits including parity even odd 0000000 (0) 00000000 10000000 1010001 (3) 11010001 01010001 1101001 (4) 01101001 11101001 1111111 (7) 11111111 …

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  • 16Sarra Manning — is a writer from England. She attended the University of Sussex and took up an English with Media Studies degree. She became a freelance writer after submitting her work to Melody Maker . She worked as the entertainment editor for five years of… …

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  • 17Möbius–Hückel concept — The Möbius Hückel treatment is one of two predicting reaction allowedness versus forbiddeness. The concept is the counterpart of the Woodward Hoffmann approach. The methodology in this treatment utilizes the plus minus sign parity in proceeding… …

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  • 18strange — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. unusual, odd, unfamiliar; queer, fantastic; alien, foreign, extraneous, outlandish, exotic; eccentric, mysterious. See unconformity. Ant., normal, usual, common. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Little… …

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  • 19odd — [[t]ɒ̱d[/t]] ♦♦ odder, oddest 1) ADJ GRADED If you describe someone or something as odd, you think that they are strange or unusual. → See also odd looking He d always been odd, but not to this extent... What an odd coincidence that he should… …

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  • 20peculiarity — noun 1) a legal peculiarity Syn: oddity, anomaly, abnormality 2) a physical peculiarity Syn: idiosyncrasy, mannerism, quirk, foible 3) one of the peculiarities of the city Syn …

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