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  • Some of them, strangely enough were even part of the once royal family.
  • Strangely, it was still heard the first time it played during re-runs.
  • Strangely things became mixed up, and she was sent to go training instead.
  • Strangely enough, they both end up together again in the next episode.
  • Strangely, she appears to be growing up much more rapidly than is possible.
  • As all watch this strangely beautiful sight, they see the man fall to his death.
  • He is strangely drawn to it, and they go inside to look around.
  • Strangely, the event occurred a week ago and the woman is now dead.
  • Strangely, he is the only one able to see or hear them.
  • He is then seen strangely happy, and in full colour, leaving the street.
  • During the speech the minister has repeatedly failed, he said strangely some words.
  • Who are these doubles who look strangely like the members of the same family?
  • He begins acting strangely in the office, as if he has lost his sense of time and place.
  • Strangely, a brown case colour was then also added to the range.
  • Strangely enough his history has never been written before.
  • This species gets its name from the male's strangely large head.
  • It is a process which, strangely enough, they don't seem to mind at all.
  • They find that their mother has strangely disappeared and think that their father had something to do with it.
  • She begins to sing about how the garden has been strangely transformed before her eyes.
  • The show features four girls who act strangely in public and record people's reactions.
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Synonyms of strangely