Definition of 'at odds'
Example sentences containing 'at odds'
His ugly yellowish-brown eyes radiated an impatient vitality which was defiantly at odds with the heavy, sombre lines about his mouth.ULTIMATE PRIZES (2002) THE GOLDEN FOOL: BOOK TWO OF THE TAWNY MAN (2002)
But when, at length, his eyes did meet hers his blue, direct glance seemed at odds with the rest of him.THE WHITE DOVE (2002)
Definition of at odds from the Collins English Dictionary
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