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a. not divisible by two
b. represented or indicated by a number that is not divisible by two
2. Maths (of a function) changing sign but not absolute value when the sign of the independent variable is changed, as in y=x3
3. Golf
a. one stroke more than the score of one's opponent
b. an advantage or handicap of one stroke added to or taken away from a player's score


(1) (Optical Disc Drive or Optical Digital Disc) See optical disc.

(2) (Object Data Definition) A description of the data in an object. See object.
References in classic literature ?
Her notion of the motive which was really at the bottom of the suicide failed, oddly enough, just where my young lady's assertion of her innocence failed also.
With this amicable understanding, the old man drew back again into the ring, where he stood musing on the course he should now adopt, with the singular mixture of decision and resignation that proceeded from his habits and his humility, and which united to form a character, in which excessive energy, and the most meek submission to the will of Providence, were oddly enough combined.
It was made of brass like all the Heroic weapons, but, oddly enough, sharp enough to prick anyone still.
Oddly enough, some would remember Shoelace is reminiscent of another app Schemer that was around in 2011 that did the same thing until Google shut it down in 2014.
Oddly enough, it was allegedly the Teen King, Daniel Padilla, who's being considered to star alongside Soberano.
Oddly enough, the show made TV history when it went into syndication in 1971 by outperforming network shows in the same time slot, besting the networks by nearly 8 rating points and 13 share points, per Nielsen.
Oddly enough, the guys are going to be supporting Yes Sunshine as they bow out on their final gig on October 19 at the Kasbah.
But, oddly enough, by far the largest group of these migrants is made up of young men.
Oddly enough she calls it "Roy's Field Rig" and offers it or some rendition of it on her website.
This week, however, we began Tractate Beitzah, which is not the name of a holiday but, oddly enough, the Hebrew word for "egg." What sort of holiday is Egg?
Oddly Enough is the unabrdiged audiobook rendition of nine of the most beloved and widely-published of author Bruce Coville's family-friendly short stories for young adult and adult listeners alike.
Oddly enough, Mother Nature (and city politics) meant we'd only get a few hours of fun in this soon-to-be overpopulated rip ride.