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Even in the spring, says Jeremy Kamil, a virologist at LSU Health Sciences-Shreveport and another senior author, it was clear that something was strange about Louisiana’s outbreak.

While that might sound a little strange, if your heated throw has a plug and runs on electricity—well, that’s an appliance.

This rebuttal proffers a strange theory of governance that American accounts are somehow bound by the lifetime of its generations.

After months of eating alone, it sounded strange to my ears.

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It’s no longer strange to see Tom Brady in a Tampa Bay Buccaneers uniform.

In front of this strange structure are two blank-faced, well-dressed models showing off the latest in European minimalism.

It was a bit strange for a while here with all the Newsweek stuff.

The Strange Social History of Our Most Intimate Institution.

In another year, stories about the strange new face of an A-list actress might draw chortles and cackles.

Like, OK, to be around them when we were away from work is great, but being at work was still kind of strange for me.

It seems very strange that I shall actually know Liszt at last, after hearing of him so many years.

He did believe you, more or less, and what you said fell in with his own impressions—strange impressions that they were, poor man!

The associations of place recall her strange interview with Mr. Longcluse but a few months before.

Almost as soon as she had finished building her nest she had discovered a strange-looking egg there.

Her feet felt rooted to the floor in the wonder and doubt of this strange occurrence.

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On this page you'll find 192 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to strange, such as: astonishing, bizarre, curious, different, extraordinary, and fantastic.

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

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