strange

[adj] - being definitely out of the ordinary and unexpected 2. [adj] - not known before 3. [adj] - not at ease or comfortable
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Strange

The flavor of the third quark. See also: Quark, Strange Particle, Top.
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Strange

Strange adjective [ Compar. Stranger ; superl. Strangest .] [ Middle English estrange , French ├ętrange , from Latin extraneus that is without, external, foreign, from extra on the outside. See Extra ,
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Strange

Strange adverb Strangely. [ Obsolete] « Most strange , but yet most truly, will I speak.» Shak.
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Strange

Strange transitive verb To alienate; to estrange. [ Obsolete]
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Strange

Strange intransitive verb 1. To be estranged or alienated. [ Obsolete] 2. To wonder; to be astonished. [ Obsolete] Glanvill.
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strange

1. Belonging to another country; foreign. 'To seek strange strands.' 'One of the strange queen's lords.' (Shak) 'I do not contemn the knowledge of strange and divers tongues.' (Ascham) ... 2. Of or pertaining to others; not one's own; not pertaining to one's self; not domestic. 'So she, impatient her own faults to see, Turns from herself, and in st
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strange

adjective being definitely out of the ordinary and unexpected; slightly odd or even a bit weird; `a strange exaltation that was indefinable`; `a strange fantastical mind`; `what a strange sense of humor she has`
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strange

adjective not known before; `used many strange words`; `saw many strange faces in the crowd`; `don`t let anyone unknown into the house`
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Strange

• (superl.) Belonging to another country; foreign. • (superl.) Not familiar; unaccustomed; inexperienced. • (superl.) Not before known, heard, or seen; new. • (superl.) Backward; slow. • (superl.) Of or pertaining to others; not one`s own; not pertaining to one`s self; not domestic. • (v. t.) To alienate; to estrange.
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Strange

Back in Tudor times, it meant "not the usual" rather than "odd". When Queen Jane first became ill after Edward's birth, she had chills from her fever and severe gastrointestinal distress. Her ladies were accused of "letting her take cold and letting her eat strange foods", by which they meant letting Jane eat rich foods that were not her usual fare
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Strange

[TV series] Strange is a British television drama series, produced by the independent production company Big Bear Productions for the BBC, which aired on BBC One. It consists of a single one-hour pilot episode screened in March 2002, followed by a series of six one-hour episodes broadcast in the summer of 2003. The supernatural storyline in
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