||(See the odd one)
|odds and ends
||small pieces that are not used, tie up loose ends
||When you build the fence, save the odds and ends to make toys.
||(See the odds-on favorite)
|of course you can
||you can do it; yes, you can
||"I can't read this fat book." "Of course you can, Johnny."
|of the lot
||of the group, of the bunch
||This rug is the best of the lot. It's nicer than the others.
|of two minds
||having two opinions, mixed feelings
||Speaking of abortion, I'm of two minds: pro choice and pro life.
||The cream tastes a bit off. I think we should buy fresh cream.
||His condo has an off-beat design. There's a shower in the kitchen.
||bad, dirty, impolite
||His wife gets so embarrassed when he tells an off-color joke.
|off key (music)
||not at the right pitch, not in tune
||He has a beautiful voice, but wasn't he singing a bit off key?