adjective,always used before a noun
* The film's oddball characters are hilarious.
* oddball behavior
Strange; bizarre:oddball training methods
adjective2. strange or peculiar
noun [countable] informal
someone whose behavior is strange or unusual
an oddball movie
a person whose behaviour is unusual and strange
The oddball superstar's habits include watching TV with his chimpanzee.
Though the group only released two albums over four years, and reunited briefly in 2014 for a short tour, their work combining oddball vocal samples with hard-hitting percussion and razor-sharp basslines
The New Arrivals newsletter has become an important document of underground, experimental and otherwise oddball music of the current era,...
She much preferred mixing with bohemian people and oddball people and tramps in the street.