The gentle, erudite soul within a body the public considered an oddity is the contrast at the heart of “The Elephant Man.”
I can only imagine which senator(s) demanded this provision in exchange for their support, but consider the oddity of the idea.
To that end, they partnered with oddity website Atlas Obscura over the summer to host “The School of Transgressive Placemaking.”
And so, oddity of oddities, one of the beneficiaries of that might be the president.
Tobey Built in the 19th century, the Wendel farmhouse on 39th Street and Fifth Avenue was an oddity in New York.
They not only explained his absence, but also excused the oddity of his present behavior.
The said nephew was a rich man and an oddity; one of those who love to surprise folk.
Deschartres, an oddity himself, cared for none of these things.
Obviously a character, an oddity, I said to myself as I passed out of the hotel.
Somehow her cleverness and her oddity always kept the spotlight focussed upon her.