Odds and Ends

Odds and ends is a plural noun idiom that has existed in English since the mid-1700’s with origins are far back the 14th century. Meaning Odds and ends refer to miscellaneous small items, remnants and unused objects of no particular value. It has the same meaning as “bits and bobs” or “bits and pieces” and refers … Read more

Against All Odds

Meaning Of Idiom ‘Against All Odds’ Against all odds means despite many difficulties, setbacks, opposition, or seemingly insurmountable obstacles.  Want to see more videos from Idioms.Online? Subscribe to our YouTube channel! Usage ‘Against all odds’ is usually used at the beginning or end of a sentence. 1 Examples of Use “Against all odds, Jane was able … Read more