unfamiliar

All Adjective
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  • The museum provides a wealth of information about this often unfamiliar period in history.
  • However he claimed to be largely unfamiliar with Japanese film in general.
  • They showed people in transition, coming to an unfamiliar place and beginning a new life.
  • Having literally never seen a book before, he then threw the unfamiliar object aside.
  • He took some time to come to terms with his unfamiliar Italian motorcycle.
  • Their skin was green, they spoke an unknown language, and their clothing was unfamiliar.
  • An unfamiliar new boy named Alex points out that they have to save the town.
  • Many residents are unfamiliar with official highway numbers even for those highways that they use frequently.
  • In this first meeting, the child will be exposed to a strange, unfamiliar situation.
  • Though many people are unfamiliar with them today, goads have been common throughout the world.
  • When this is done, the other man acts as a guide to the unfamiliar.
  • As the war ended, these people found themselves in unfamiliar places facing an uncertain future.
  • Other times, music is changed when it would be unfamiliar to English-speaking audiences.
  • DeLillo says he was unfamiliar with the title of the picture when he named his book.
  • Radio stations will not get good ratings or revenue if they frequently play songs unfamiliar to their audience.
  • Certain people are known even to people unfamiliar with the area in which they excelled.
  • The aim was to explain to those unfamiliar with rural life how food was produced.
  • Receiving medical care abroad may subject medical tourists to unfamiliar legal issues.
  • The latter pair also appear unfamiliar to each other.
  • Several units were late and attacked on unfamiliar ground, with against losses.
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Words starting with unfamiliar

Meaning of unfamiliar

  • adjective Not known or well known
    a name unfamiliar to most, be alert at night especially in unfamiliar surroundings