- adv.奇怪地，古怪地; 奇妙地; 额外地，附加地; 零碎地，单数地;
- oddly enough的变体;
She's been behaving very oddly lately.
His voice sounded oddly resonant in the empty room.
The strong dark eyebrows give his face an oddly menacing look.
The novel itself remains oddly inert.
There were, oddly, few other Britons living in this northern part.
His face was scarred and oddly puffy in places.
He said no and seemed oddly reluctant to talk about it.
His own boss was behaving rather oddly.
Her short hair was oddly ruffled and then flattened around her head.
This was, for him, an oddly uneven performance.
Oddly, Emma says she never considered her face was attractive.
She's been behaving rather oddly.
His Indian robes contrasted oddly with his fluent English.
Oddly enough, that is precisely what I intend.
She seemed to have no idea how oddly matched they were.
Oddly for a piece of corporate research, the book contains passages that are quite moving.
She always looks at me so oddly when I speak of Ashley , thought Scarlett.
They were composed of oddly familiar pieces of ivory.
She felt oddly pleased and flattered by the compliment.
People are oddly consistent . Liars usually tell lies . Cheaters cheat whenever It'suits them.
Oddly, sometimes I don't even feel safe in my own home.
Intriguingly, she gave to the music a developed although oddly malleable personality.
Oddly, she has forgot her own birthday.
But , oddly enough, the ladies were not offended.
But he finds his foods and drinks are missing oddly and his furniture is often broken.
She looked at him very oddly.
Oddly, on a shoot , one always knows where one is.
In the 1960s,while studying the volcanic history of Yellowstone national park,bob christiansen became puzzled about something that,oddly,had not troubled anyone before：he couldn't find the park's volcano.
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1. in a manner differing from the usual or expected;
"had a curiously husky voice"
"he's behaving rather peculiarly"
2. in a strange manner;
"a queerly inscribed sheet of paper"
"he acted kind of funny"