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at odds at English => English (Moby Thesaurus II) Of Explained:

135 Moby Thesaurus words for "at odds":
against the grain, against the tide, against the wind, alienated,
antagonistic, antiestablishment, antipathetic, assorted,
at cross-purposes, at daggers, at daggers drawn, at enmity,
at feud, at issue, at loggerheads, at odds with, at outs,
at square, at strife, at variance, at variance with, at war,
at war with, athwart, averse, breakaway, clashing, contra,
contradictory, contrariwise, contrary, contrasted, contrasting,
counter, counter-culture, cranky, cross, cursory, departing,
deviating, deviative, different, differentiated, differing,
disaccordant, disagreeable, disagreeing, discordant, discrepant,
discrete, discriminated, disharmonious, disinclined, disjoined,
disobedient, disparate, disproportionate, dissentient, dissenting,
dissident, dissimilar, dissonant, distinct, distinguished,
divergent, diverging, divers, diverse, diversified,
eyeball-to-eyeball, forced, fractious, grating, heterogeneous,
hostile, immiscible, in confrontation, in disagreement,
in hostile array, in opposition, inaccordant, incompatible,
incongruous, inconsistent, inconsonant, indisposed, indocile,
inharmonious, involuntary, irreconcilable, jangling, jarring, many,
motley, multifarious, mutinous, negative, nonconforming,
on the outs, opposed, opposing, out of accord, out of whack,
perfunctory, poles apart, poles asunder, recalcitrant, recusant,
refractory, repugnant, resistant, sectarian, sectary, separate,
separated, several, sulky, sullen, unconformable, uncongenial,
unconsenting, underground, unequal, unharmonious, unlike,
unwilling, up in arms, variant, varied, variegated, various,
varying, widely apart, with crossed bayonets, worlds apart

At odds at English => English (Websters 1913) Of Explained:

Odds \Odds\ ([o^]dz), n. sing. & pl. [See {Odd}, a.]
1. Difference in favor of one and against another; excess of
one of two things or numbers over the other; inequality;
advantage; superiority; hence, excess of chances;
probability. ``Pre["e]minent by so much odds.'' --Milton.
``The fearful odds of that unequal fray.'' --Trench.

The odds Is that we scarce are men and you are gods.
--Shak.

There appeared, at least, four to one odds against
them. --Swift.

All the odds between them has been the different
scope . . . given to their understandings to range
in. --Locke.

Judging is balancing an account and determining on
which side the odds lie. --Locke.

2. Quarrel; dispute; debate; strife; -- chiefly in the phrase
at odds.

Set them into confounding odds. --Shak.

I can not speak Any beginning to this peevish odds.
--Shak.

{At odds}, in dispute; at variance. ``These squires at odds
did fall.'' --Spenser. ``He flashes into one gross crime
or other, that sets us all at odds.'' --Shak.

{It is odds}, it is probable. [Obs.]

at odds at English => English (WordNet) Of Explained:

at odds
adj 1: in disagreement; "the figures are at odds with our
findings"; "contradictory attributes of unjust justice
and loving vindictiveness"- John Morley [syn: {at
odds(p)}, {conflicting}, {contradictory}, {self-contradictory}]
2: on bad terms; "they were usually at odds over politics";
"conflicting opinions" [syn: {at odds(p)}, {conflicting}]

at odds at English (WD) Of Explained:

==English==

Prepositional phrase

Inter: en-PP » at odds
  • Inter: idiomati » c in disagreement; conflicting
    1. : The witness statement seems to be at odds with the evidence, not a good sign for the prosecutor.''

      See also

      * at loggerheads

  • at sixes and sevens

  • Translation: et » at odds
    Translation: kn » at odds