rather odd; queer.

Origin of oddish

First recorded in 1695–1705; odd + -ish1
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  • By the way, that reminds me, she must be an oddish sort of woman, this Mrs. Beaumont.

    The House of Souls

    Arthur Machen

  • You've got an oddish looking lot in the car—bought her in at the sale, I suppose—eh, what?

    Aladdin of London

    Sir Max Pemberton

  • Some time ago a grave, oddish kind of a man boarded at a farmer's in this parish.