"You're an Odd Fellow, Madden," laughed Caradoc, getting slowly out of his chair and stretching his arms.
Goujet was an Odd Fellow, proposing to elope, just the way it happens in novels.
He was a handsome man, a forcible speaker, a prominent politician and Odd Fellow, and a member of Congress in 1855.
I was much impressed with this Odd Fellow, whom I perceived to be an original.
He had been at Oxford with the late Archibald Rennes, an Odd Fellow but high-minded.
Peter was an Odd Fellow; he was ten years too old for the child.
Anne is rather an Odd Fellow, but very amusing, and Frederica is very pleasant.
Odd Fellow,” returned the big man, then asked, “Pall-bearer?
Can't afford it, my dear; to be an Odd Fellow costs like thunder!
He has the distinction of being the first Odd Fellow initiated in Minnesota.