odd-bod

odd-bod

(ˈɑdbɑd)
1. n. a strange person. Who is that odd-bod over in the corner?
2. n. a person with a strange body. I am such an odd-bod that it’s hard to find clothes that fit.
3. n. a peculiar body. I have such an odd-bod that it’s hard to find clothes.
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ROBSON Green's odd-bod psychologist is a fish out of water tonight, over in Texas as an expert witness.
The snug, as well as the adjoining bar and the spacious but homely lounge, is packed with pastoral pictorial memories, as well as a series of odd-bod collections accumulated by landlord Ralph over the years.
Called The Mad Hatters, I've devised a group of odd-bod characters who are all actually lost hats.
But there will always be a generation of people for whom Vic Reeves will be a mad man in a frock coat - the king of odd-bod catchphrases.
The one man is Ichabod Oswald, a drunken former newspaper photographer and general odd-bod.
You are getting these odd-bods that may have been members of the BNP in the past and they are setting up their own organisations.
In these days of studied angst and Ftse 100-linked eccentricity, Bobby Conn stands out as one of the few real odd-bods left making music.
AS the remnants of your Christmas dinner get polished off and the big bowl of satsumas disappears into a pile of peel, it is time to look back at the year's winners, losers and odd-bods.
much of the music here sounds more like Blur than that old label's list of odd-bods like Elvis Costello, Ian Dury and Wreckless Eric.
UK Raw: There is also the chance to walk on the weird side of life with Channel 5's new magazine show highlighting eccentrics, freaks, geeks and odd-bods.
It's the Bureaucracy Bowl, which should be ours for crossing the Channel with more administrators, track-suited odd-bods, medicos and FA councillors than we have players.
Personally, I've always been a Sharma man, but I can't deny Starkey's current opus on the odd-bods and in-breds who have ruled our fine isle is shaking my confidence.