Definition of Odder

1. Adjective. (comparative of odd) ¹

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Definition of Odder

1. odd [adj] - See also: odd

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Odder

odd and curious
odd chromosome
odd duck
odd fellow
odd fish
odd function
odd functions
odd job
odd jobs
odd lot
odd man out
odd men out
odd one out
odder (current term)
oddi's sphincter
oddly enough

Literary usage of Odder

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1. A Dictionary of Slang, Jargon & Cant: Embracing English, American, and Anglo by Albert Barrère, Charles Godfrey Leland (1890)
"Oh, I looked to de north an' I looked to de souf, And I saw a mighty charret a comin', Wsd forty grey hosses a-crackin' on de lead, To take us to de odder ..."

2. The Beauties of Ireland: Being Original Delineations, Topographical by James Norris Brewer (1826)
"... by Pope Celestine III.; but afterwards sank into poverty, and became a cell to the nunnery of St. Brigid of Odra, or odder. , two and a half miles ..."

3. A Complete History of the Boston Fire Department: Including the Fire-alarm by Arthur Wellington Brayley (1889)
"... Massachusetts Hook and //odder Company. — George B. Edmands, foreman ; Charles E. Cutter, asst. ; George E. Flint, clerk ; DR Beckford, treasurer. ..."

4. Horne's Pennsylvania German Manual: How Pennsylvania German is Spoken and by Abraham Reeser Horne (1905)
"Wammer a Hinkel odder'n Has odder enig klee Dier in seina ... nimme stark odder gar nimme. Wann's em so in da Ohra brummt, dann dut er- gets epper iwer <>m ..."

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