2 edition of Oxford oddities found in the catalog.
Vincent J. Seligman
|Statement||by V. J. Seligman.|
|LC Classifications||LF529 .S4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||219|
|LC Control Number||23011936|
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The first edition of the Oxford English Dictionary was published in full in , almost 50 years after its editor made a public appeal for English-speaking people worldwide to mail in examples of. Oddity definition is - an odd person, thing, event, or trait. How to use oddity in a sentence.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Seligman, Vincent J. Oxford oddities. London, G. Allen & Unwin Ltd.  (OCoLC) Document Type. Oxford English and Spanish Dictionary, Thesaurus, and Spanish to English Translator ‘The book is filled with astonishing performances, with strange and delightful oddities.’ ‘The book reveals its oddities and back-story in tiny sips, interspersed masterfully through the fast-paced action.’.
While this book does contain some excerpts, captions, and covers, it oculd really use some more. I wouldn't care much if this book were the size of the Oxford English Dictionary, it would be worth it.
The absolute funniest part for me is an excerpt from a book on how to speak English. It was written in the later-mid 19th century and contains /5(32).
The book deals with some of the oddities of grammar and spelling. As a writer he is something of an oddity. [uncountable] the fact of being strange or unusual. She suddenly realized the oddity of her remark and blushed. Oxford oddities book oddity in the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary.
1 [countable] a person or thing that is strange or unusual The book deals with some of the oddities of grammar and spelling. 2 [uncountable] the quality of being strange or unusual She suddenly realized the oddity of her remark and blushed. See oddity in the Oxford Advanced Learner's Oxford oddities book.
It is one of the books that a child reads, thoroughly enjoys, and think, “What a story!” Then, she grows up, picks it again, reads it again, and goes like—oh, THAT was the story. “Keep your eyes open,” I say.
“Anything could happen.” I really need that on a T-shirt. Welcome to Oddity, this book is a riot/5(88). Oddities 16 – “Almost” is the longest commonly used word in the English language with all the letters in alphabetical order.
The longest uncommon word whose letters are in alphabetical order is the eight-letter Aegilops (a grass genus). The longest common single-word palindromes are deified, racecar, repaper, reviver, and.
The Book of Random Oddities is a massive page hardcover volume that is packed with stories, lists, anecdotes, and quotes about words and language. Explore 16 chapters of fascinating information about the quirks of language, unusual vocabulary, word games, etymology, and more.
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Welcome to Oddity, New Mexico, where normal is odd and odd is normal. Ada Roundtree is no stranger to dodging carnivorous dumpsters, distracting zombie rabbits with marshmallows, and. Val McDermid is the award-winning author of numerous crime novels, including a series of books starring her most famous creation, clinical psychologist Dr.
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