at odds


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal, Idioms.
Related to at odds: odds and ends, pay over the odds
  • adj

Synonyms for at odds

in disagreement

References in classic literature ?
In twice a thousand years shall the unholy invention of man labor at odds to beget the fellow to this majestic lie
If a punter combines a large number of teams they might be betting at odds of 1,000-1, which means the bookmaker will be betting at odds of 1-1,000.
general) 4pts win TOP LAY BURNLEY v Bolton at odds around 11/8 (Betfair).
New odds issued for Bill Clinton show him to be the overwhelming Democratic favorite at odds of 2/1.
TOP LAY HULL v Portsmouth: At odds around 7/4 (Betfair).