Definition of oddness in US English:

oddness

noun

  • See odd

    • ‘And that, again, is part of the oddness of this person.’
    • ‘Instead, the blandness of the Hollywood versions merely underlines the oddness, individuality and appeal of the originals.’
    • ‘The sheer oddness of the way the place functioned, the incongruity between functioning and pretension.’
    • ‘Somewhat sadly, he has worked himself into a niche for eccentric bad guys whose haphazard oddness makes them sinister.’
    • ‘The film's genuine oddness derives mostly from the presence and performance of Glover, eccentric actor extraordinaire.’

Pronunciation

oddness

/ˈɑdnəs//ˈädnəs/