One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Strange or unusual in appearance.‘it's an odd-looking fish’
- ‘The odd-looking person on the cover could be him.’
- ‘It's the Tim Burton movie where this man has odd-looking fins for hands and so he goes to live in the sewer.’
- ‘The disease is called crazy root, because of the odd-looking roots of diseased plants.’
- ‘The scariest characters in horror movies are odd-looking little girls.’
- ‘She's not beautiful; in fact, she's rather odd-looking with her big eyes and gawky mannerisms.’
- ‘The movement is still as mechanised and odd-looking as it was when this technology first hit our screens.’
- ‘Its members were odd-looking even for the time.’
- ‘Her odd-looking toes were painted over.’
- ‘Odd-looking heroine aside, the plot-based action took a huge leap forward.’
- ‘They seem to be quite happy and healthy (if a little odd-looking in some cases).’
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