No one likes to be the odd man out, so join your fellow blue bloods at Chinooks.
Working for the Obama administration, Mattis has often found himself the odd man out—particularly when it comes to Iran.
Mitt Romney, odd man out p. 294-295: Romney has no reticence about slashing at his rivals.
A jolly little supper, wailed the odd man out, seeing pt and lobster slipping irrevocably through his fingers.
The Gerrards are coming for bridge, and you'll be odd man out.
I do not know whether my readers have ever participated in an agreeable game known as odd man out.
We three had to be content with the other room, and two beds; odd man out for the whole one.
The colonel insisted on coming into our "odd man out" gamble.
Do they go "odd man out" to decide who shall pay for the banquet?
Someone who is not included in a game, arrangement, business deal, etc: United Artists seemed the odd man out in Transamerica's financial services game (1889+)