- a stroke more than the opponent has played.
- British. a stroke taken from a player's total score for a hole in order to give him or her odds.
Origin of odd
synonym study for odd
OTHER WORDS FROM oddoddly, adverboddness, noun
Other definitions for odd (2 of 2)
How to use odd in a sentence
Think of his increased odds when the single’s line takes 30 minutes.
Though a very difficult winter looms, the odds are good that these lifesavers will help the global economy turn the corner on the pandemic in 2021—and, with luck, trigger a recovery that’s strong enough, and broad enough, to KO both those K-shapes.
According to our model, the winner will see its chances of winning the NFC West leap to about 55 percent, while the loser’s odds will drop to about 15 percent.The Indianapolis Colts Finally Built A Defensive Monster|Ty Schalter|November 19, 2020|FiveThirtyEight
According to US-Bookies, the record amounts wagered on the 2020 election were a key reason why betting odds for this year’s race more accurately predicted eventual outcomes than those four years ago.Betting markets called the presidential election more accurately than polls|reymashayekhi|November 19, 2020|Fortune
When you think about it, the whole idea of cross-training seems a little odd.
But throughout all this, Malone describe herself as “oddly responsible,” wanting to help her moms pay the bills as young as 10.Jena Malone’s Long, Strange Trip From Homelessness to Hollywood Stardom|Marlow Stern|December 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Oddly you nurture it, it is part of you, and inescapably part of your past, present, and future.
It so oddly equates to our film, and the cultural moment we were in in 1965.Ava DuVernay on ‘Selma,’ the Racist Sony Emails, and Making Golden Globes History|Marlow Stern|December 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
There was only one phone left and when it would ring, the bell would echo, oddly, off the walls.
He'd kept the few offices at the front of the bungalow, now oddly barren.
Oddly enough this assumption—the most warrantable of the lot—was the earliest to fall under disrepute.The Unsolved Riddle of Social Justice|Stephen Leacock
Oddly enough, in that moment of anguish he thought of Hodson, the man who rode alone from Kurnaul to Meerut.The Red Year|Louis Tracy
They then cough it up and use this material they have so oddly prepared in making their nests.Alila, Our Little Philippine Cousin|Mary Hazelton Wade
Then he turned suddenly, and Harris saw that his face had turned most oddly and disagreeably sinister.Three More John Silence Stories|Algernon Blackwood
But, oddly enough, as he walked back to the hotel it was just Betty Lardner who made him think again of the legend.Uncanny Tales|Various
British Dictionary definitions for odd
- not divisible by two
- represented or indicated by a number that is not divisible by twographs are on odd pages Compare even 1 (def. 7)
- one stroke more than the score of one's opponent
- an advantage or handicap of one stroke added to or taken away from a player's score