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Corot wanted something unfamiliarly beautiful and young and fresh.
THE MOONLIT WAYROBERT W. CHAMBERS
But he made no comment, and she continued to hear the name sounding on unfamiliarly between them.
THE REEFEDITH WHARTON
His lonely rock, when he looked round at it in wonder, was all unfamiliarly red.
A MAID OF THE SILVER SEAJOHN OXENHAM
Solitude hung so unfamiliarly on his hands that Miss Walford's society was indispensable.
CYNTHIALEONARD MERRICK
Presently Lawless came to him in the little drawing-room, which was unfamiliarly dark and still.
ATLANTIC NARRATIVESMARY ANTIN
The reigning belles were mostly a set of loud, rompish girls, with names that rang unfamiliarly.
THE ADVENTURES OF A WIDOWEDGAR FAWCETT
She pressed the button of the lamp that lit her dressing-table, and her husband's face started unfamiliarly out of the twilight.
THE GLIMPSES OF THE MOONEDITH WHARTON
They could hear the familiar voice muttering unfamiliarly as the footsteps hurried here and there.
IN A LITTLE TOWNRUPERT HUGHES
Being men, they were not terrible, though unfamiliarly clad.
THE COLLECTED WORKS OF AMBROSE BIERCE, VOL. II: IN THE MIDST OF LIFE: TALES OF SOLDIERS AND CIVILIANSAMBROSE BIERCE
The face was unfamiliarly pale; the usually apathetic eyes dark with repressed emotion.
THE PURSUITFRANK (FRANK MACKENZIE) SAVILE

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