English adjective: strange
|1.||strange being definitely out of the ordinary and unexpected; slightly odd or even a bit weird|
|Samples||A strange exaltation that was indefinable.|
A strange fantastical mind.
What a strange sense of humor she has.
|Similar||antic, crazy, curious, eerie, eery, exotic, fantastic, fantastical, freaky, funny, gothic, grotesque, odd, oddish, other, peculiar, quaint, quaint, queer, rum, rummy, singular, weird|
|2.||strange not known before|
|Samples||Used many strange words.|
Saw many strange faces in the crowd.
Don't let anyone unknown into the house.
|3.||strange relating to or originating in or characteristic of another place or part of the world|
A foreign accent.
On business in a foreign city.
|Similar||adventive, alien, established, exotic, foreign-born, imported, naturalized, nonnative, nonnative, tramontane, unnaturalised, unnaturalized|
|Attribute||curiousness, foreignness, strangeness, strangeness, unfamiliarity|