strange

[ streynj ]SEE DEFINITION OF strange

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR STRANGE

Suddenly his countenance shone with a strange and impressive beauty.

Others thought this strange, but there was nothing strange about it to her.

Strange, by what slender threads our lives are knitted to each other!

Would he be strong or weak; and what would be weakness, and what strength, in a position so strange?

The steps suggested to meet this impending calamity were strange enough.

I'll tell you the strange story of Mary Reynolds on the way over.

She was like the falling of this starlight, pure, aloof, and strange and gentle.

Thou art a strange creature, said she; there is no withstanding thee.

Harriett felt nothing but a strange, solemn excitement and exaltation.

Is it that it seems a strange and hideous dream, from which we will awake and rub our eyes?

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