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Winterfell is in fact Castle Ward, which may be more familiar as Winterfell, overlooks the beautiful Strangford Lough.

For highbrow patrons who are more familiar with Tolstoy than Ivan Drago, head to the Russian Tea Room.

Cruz is appealing to a specific slice of Iowa caucusgoers, committed conservatives who are far more familiar with his competitors.

And I was trying to illustrate that with a more familiar example, which would be something like the repetition of a limerick.

One of the more familiar forces is MOOCs, or massively open online courses.

Had we been more familiar with the roads of this country, we could have passed through Nuneaton without loss of time.

Curiously enough, too, life became more leisurely, more familiar.

A case still more familiar to most readers is that of the word villain or villein.

We are by habit more familiar with the style in which the Grecians wrote, than with that adopted by Sanscrit authors.

He suggests that the thoughts might be more familiar to him than to me.


On this page you'll find 265 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to familiar, such as: intimate, mundane, recognizable, simple, usual, and commonplace.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.