oddball


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a person who is appealingly odd or curious

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Each story is engagingly written by Westergard, and the oddball assortment is a diverse one.
Launched two years ago Steve Harper, Richard Metcalfe and Paul Varley, Oddballs sells bright underwear and donates 10% of its profits to testicular cancer.
Oddball (Stuart McDonald) has surprised many by becoming one of the 'must-see' Australian hit movies of 2015.
6 HANCOCK (2008) ODDBALL superheroes do not come much more dysfunctional than Will Smith's booze-guzzling, accident-prone crime fighter, but a PR man believes he can improve his public image.
I sat on that waterhole several more evenings, but Oddball had disappeared.
Bill Murray is on scene-stealing form as an oddball Vietnam vet |
ODDBALL Eccentric Sam Rockwell befriends a youngster
I was bullied and regarded as little bit of an oddball myself," Sky News quoted the filmmaker as saying.
In 45 years of handloading, I've seldom shied away from tackling oddball cartridges.
A STUDENT who sparked a university bomb alert was yesterday described as an oddball loner with no links to organised crime groups.
He's an oddball and lives in a field with a couple of sheep, but he's grand when he's not among other horses.
This oddball comedy features an amazing cast, with Pemberton and Shearsmith joining the likes of Dawn French, Daisy Haggard, Eileen Atkins and Christopher Biggins (playing himself) who play several characters each.
TJ is baffled when the vice-principal asks him to be the fourth member of the school's Quiz Kids team--after all, he considers himself to be "incredibly average" and feels Seymour, an insatiable collector of oddball facts, would be a more knowledgeable player.
The other half involves a full-blown Nicolas Cage oddball performance; he's more "Vampire's Kiss" than "National Treasure" here.
Surprisingly smooth swan song from the gruff oddball who wrote Nancy Sinatra's "Boots.