## Answer: ODD

ODD is a crossword puzzle answer that we have spotted 279 times.

### Referring Clues:

- Roulette bet
- Occasional
- Peculiar
- Like some socks
- Quirky
- Anomalous
- "Hmm...!?"
- Unexplained
- Unusual
- Outlandish
- Like 1, 3 or 7
- Kooky
- Like one
- Unorthodox
- Idiosyncratic
- "How ___!"
- Curious
- Whimsical
- Uneven?
- Like some lots
- "That's ___ . . . "
- Flaky
- ___ man out
- Out in left field
- Like many Guinness records
- Word after a round number
- "How ___ ..."
- Missing a match
- Hardly ordinary
- Like Felix and Oscar
- Funny
- "That's ___ ..."
- Strange
- Unpaired
- Unmatched, as socks
- Singular
- Like all primes but one
- With 44-Across, handyman's task
- Not exactly customary
- Lacking a mate
- Quaint
- Without a match
- Offbeat
- Puzzling
- Prompting a "hmm," perhaps
- Like 9 or 5
- Otherworldly
- Like 1, 3, 5, 7 ...
- Eerie
- Eyebrow-raising
- See 46-Across
- Like most primes
- Like half the integers
- Goofy
- Off-the-wall
- Like some lots and socks
- Out of the ordinary
- Word before job or lot
- Like a single sock
- Not even
- "The ___ Couple"
- "That's funny..."
- Matchless
- Left over
- Matchless?
- Like any number finishing with "9"
- Word before lot or job
- Unmatched
- Unmatched, as a sock
- Suitable for Ripley's
- Job description?
- Freakish
- Uneven
- Like 1, 3, 5, 7, etc.
- Eccentric
- Like a "Ripley's Believe It or Not!" item
- Like two-thirds of the numbers in the Fibonacci sequence
- Word on a roulette table
- Like the majority of the numbers in a sudoku
- Uncanny
- Like the numbers of interstates that run north-south
- Unconventional
- Screwy
- Unpaired, as a sock
- Freaky
- Like all but one of the primes
- Weird
- Like all but one prime number
- Unexpected
- Like a sock without a mate
- Like half of all integers
- Occasional, as a job
- Different from what's expected
- Quite unusual
- Bizarre
- Not the usual
- Spooky, maybe
- OutrĂ©
- Sort of peculiar
- Not quite right
- Lacking a match
- Sundry
- Roulette play
- "Hmm ..."
- Funny, but not amusing
- Kind of duck
- Like an unmatched sock
- Not matching
- ''The ___ Couple''
- Out of the norm
- Like Simon's ''Couple''
- Like all prime numbers except 2
- "Hmm. . ."
- Word with "job" or "lot"
- Leftover
- Matchless, e.g.
- Like any number ending in five
- Missing a few marbles
- Not even!
- Like 1, 3 or 5
- Like Simon's couple
- Word with job or fellow
- See 17-Across
- Not the usual thing
- Like a lone sock
- Abnormal
- Like all prime numbers but 2
- Word with job or lot
- Not common
- Different
- Standing out, perhaps
- Not evenly divisible by two
- Like every other number
- Like a lonely sock
- Like 7 or 11
- "How peculiar"
- Like Simon's "Couple"
- Like all but one prime
- "Hmm..."
- Having no matching sock
- Even's opposite
- "Um, did that painting's eyes just move?"
- Not right
- See 1-Across
- Like 7 or 17
- Queer
- Strange roulette bet
- Twisted
- ___ duck
- Like a couple on old TV
- Like 11, 13, 15 or 17
- A little off
- Like some jobs
- Lacking a partner
- Even-money roulette bet
- Match-less?
- Like an unpaired sock
- Like an extra sock
- Like 2011, e.g.
- Not usual
- Uneven, as numbers
- Like some lots or socks
- "Hmm, that's ___"
- ___ Future
- Not divisible by two
- Somewhat strange
- Atypical
- Like 1 or 11
- Like a single shoe
- Off
- Like 1 or 3
- Like some socks after laundry day
- Perplexing
- Not normal
- Vegas bet
- "Hmm, that's unexpected"
- Like 11 or 77
- A little strange
- Simon's couple
- "That's weird"
- Miscellaneous
- Like 33
- Not as it should be
- Head-scratching
- "That's strange"
- Missing a mate
- Like Oscar and Felix's pairing
- "___ man out"
- Like integers of the form 2n + 1
- Cause for concern
- Ripley-esque
- 7 and 9
- Not ordinary
- Roulette option
- Like -3
- Word with "job," "number" or "lot"
- Kind of ball or fellow
- Like 13
- Like 1 or 151
- "The New ___ Couple"
- "They say there is divinity in ___ numbers": Falstaff
- Hard to explain
- Like 2015
- Fantastic
- Left
- Without a mate
- Like 2015, but not 2014
- Like 911
- "Huh"-inducing, say
- Not everyday
- Preternatural
- More or less, after a hyphen
- Like almost all prime numbers
- Like the year 2017
- Like seven, but not eight
- Like all primes except 2
- Rather unusual
- Like 1, 37 or 199
- Unexpectedly by itself, as in the dryer
- Far from ordinary
- Like handymen's jobs, often
- Far from conventional
- Like the number of games in a "best of" series
- Like all prime numbers but one
- Like the occasional clean sock
- What this puzzle's theme isn't
- Fluky
- Surplus
- Fit for Ripley's, perhaps
- Suspicious
- Like 2017
- Not expected
- Like 21, but not 22
- Quite strange
- "That doesn't seem right"
- A bit off
- Not the norm
- Strange and quirky
- Ordinary? No, u-turn
- 14-Down opposite
- Like most things in "Ripley's Believe It or Not!"
- Whimsically strange
- Roulette choice
- Off the wall
- "That's strange ..."
- Quizzical
- Like 2001
- "That's unexpected"
- Like Neil Simon's couple
- A little bit off
- "More or less" suffix
- Like 43, e.g.
- Rum
- Like a sock with no match
- Like 1 or 101
- Like the length of "six," "eight" or "ten"
- Like 3, 5 or 35
- Like 7 and 11
- Like every prime except two
- Like 2021
- Word with twenty- or thirty-
- Like most prime numbers
- Like 41
- Like two-thirds of Fibonacci numbers
- Like all prime numbers besides one
- Like the number 2021
- Irregular, as a job
- Roulette bet for which 21 would be a win
- "Weird ..."
- Like the two 40-Across in the grid for this answer
- Drag queen Vander Von ___
- Like 2019 and 2021, but not 2020
- Follower of twenty- or thirty-
- Like one or three
- Like the years of most presidential inaugurations
- What "10" is not
- Like the number of this clue
- Like one, three and five
- Like the number of letters in this answer

### Last Seen In:

- USA Today - January 07, 2022
- USA Today - January 04, 2022
- USA Today - January 03, 2022
- USA Today - December 13, 2021
- USA Today - November 22, 2021
- USA Today - November 10, 2021
- New York Times - October 21, 2021
- New York Times - October 02, 2021
- LA Times - September 12, 2021
- New York Times - September 05, 2021
- New York Times - September 02, 2021
- New York Times - August 24, 2021
- USA Today - August 19, 2021
- New York Times - August 13, 2021
- LA Times - July 29, 2021
- USA Today - July 14, 2021
- New York Times - July 07, 2021
- New York Times - June 22, 2021
- Universal - June 03, 2021
- USA Today - June 03, 2021

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