The gentleman from Tellson's had nothing left for it but to empty his glass with an air of stolid desperation, settle his odd
little flaxen wig at the ears, and follow the waiter to Miss Manette's apartment.
I was struck especially by the curious movements of the legs of the three swathed and bandaged boatmen,-- not stiff they were, but distorted in some odd
way, almost as if they were jointed in the wrong place.
For the first time I began to realize an odd
consequence of the social effort in which we are at present engaged.
In general the continental, or at least the Belgian old women permit themselves a licence of manners, speech, and aspect, such as our venerable granddames would recoil from as absolutely disreputable, and Madame Reuter's jolly face bore evidence that she was no exception to the rule of her country; there was a twinkle and leer in her left eye; her right she kept habitually half shut, which I thought very odd
enough, too," I ventured to reply; "but I was always under the impression that an angel had wings.
There are some very odd
Americans here, who keep throwing Harold into fits of laughter.
answered the mouse, 'they are such odd
names, they make me very thoughtful.
She travelled all the way post by herself, and knew nothing of coming till Saturday night; for General Tilney, from some odd
fancy or other, all of a sudden grew tired of having her there, and almost turned her out of the house.
As it came quite close to me I discovered that its strange movements, running its odd
hands over the surface of the turf, were the result of its peculiar method of feeding, which consists in cropping off the tender vegetation with its razorlike talons and sucking it up from its two mouths, which lie one in the palm of each hand, through its arm-like throats.
He was much below the middle height, but his large head, which seemed to hang loosely on his body, gave him an odd
This was odd
of Lizabetha Prokofievna and her daughters.
It seemed to her very odd
that he should know as much about breeding bulldogs as any man in England; that he had a collection of wild flowers found near London; and his weekly visit to old Miss Trotter at Ealing, who was an authority upon the science of Heraldry, never failed to excite her laughter.