- n. Plural form of Oddfellow.
“Bishop Arts in Dallas getting another restaurant called Oddfellows”
“The "Oddfellows" have almost died away because for whatever reasons they didn't get BAby boomers to join even though it was a wonderful life.”
“Interestingly, in past times, the church (not the state) reached out to the needy of our community, and workers set a portion of their pay away into friendly society schemes such as 'Oddfellows' etc to cover the entire family in times of need.”
“With all the food writers in Seattle using Oddfellows as a second office (and one with better pastries than the home version), how did I miss the news that Ericka Burke is no longer in the kitchen?”
“With their stripped beams, wooden floors and rolltop baths, the former servants' quarters at the Oddfellows bar and restaurant 01244 400001, oddfellows.biz, doubles from £175, room only make four decadent guest rooms, though be warned that noise filters up from the bar – there's live music from an acoustic band on Thursdays.”
“Michael-Anne Rauback spotted these two antique Oddfellows items on eBay and they're quite, er, odd.”
“Check out the Oddfellows as a precedent for your idea.”
“With all the food writers in Seattle using Oddfellows as a second office and one with better pastries than the home version, how did I miss the news that Ericka Burke is no longer in the kitchen?”
“Funny how the best menu items at Oddfellows come from the menu that former VPC chef de cuisine Chris Stoneback created while Ericka was away.”
“What you might not have known is that Oddfellows was incredibly accommodating.”
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