odd-looking

odd-looking

adj
strange-looking; unusual-looking
Translations

odd-looking

[ˈɒdˌlʊkɪŋ] ADJde aspecto singular

odd-looking

[ɒdˈlʊkɪŋ] adjdall'aria strana
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She certainly was an odd-looking little creature in the short tight wincey dress she had worn from the asylum, below which her thin legs seemed ungracefully long.
The houses of the Munchkins were odd-looking dwellings, for each was round, with a big dome for a roof.
They were odd-looking fellows those courtiers, with their five or six shirts swathed around their bodies!
Tip immediately called the odd-looking creature to them, and it approached so awkwardly that it nearly upset the beautiful center-table and the engraved oil-can.
They were an odd-looking pair, for Brott was rather a careful man as regards his toilet, and his companion looked little better than a tramp.
Peggotty, with a smile, put his hand in his breast-pocket, and produced a flat-folded, paper parcel, from which he took out, with much care, a little odd-looking newspaper.
It wanted five minutes of noon, on the day before yesterday, when there appeared a very odd-looking object on the summit of the ridge of the eastward.
There are several odd-looking men walking about here, who, I am told, are sailors.
"We met an odd-looking personage coming out of your lane," said Gilbert as they sipped.
This odd-looking figure reported himself to be a native of the county of Cornwall, in the island of Great Britain.
The double disappearance from Ferryhill in the city happened the same day "an odd-looking couple" were spotted handling a cat at midnight before putting something in a boot and driving off.
They invite the frazzled driver, Matilda "Tilly" Trout, inside, where she is able to answer a question that has long puzzled Emma--the odd-looking room in Emma's home is a former Roman Catholic chapel.