We found many strange plants in a botanical garden.
He sometimes makes me feel strange when we meet each other face to face.
Even though I felt that there was something strange, I just didn't know what it was.
I needed a lot of courage to try eating that strange food.
Everything happened very quickly and it was all very strange.
A face with too much make up looks strange.
People no longer consider it strange for men to let their hair grow long.
Private detectives were hired to look into the strange case.
If it's an aggressive strange salesman, then call me right away. I'll chase him off.
When I had to learn English in school, at times I would bemoan all the irregularities and strange rules.
Sentences? once more, the shopkeeper was confused by Dima's strange ramblings.
The map on page 11 looks very strange. Turn it upside down. Then it becomes a familiar map to you.
Using only "Tom" and "Mike" in many sentences is very strange.
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He's always been an odd child, wearing the same stripy shirt on even days of the week.
The New Yorker attempts to reïnstate the English diaresis in words like "coöperation," "zoölogical," and "reëntry"—an odd thing to reinstate in this day and age, and hardly in cooperation with most zoology.
Hegel's philosophy is so odd that no one would have expected him to be able to get sane men to accept it, but he did. He set it out with so much obscurity that people thought it must be profound.
I'd like to do without commas, but 6 feels odd if it doesn't have commas.
I came to know the man who is now my husband through e-mail; from an acquaintanceship started in that odd way, before a month had passed, we found ourselves resolving to get married.
Well he looks odd on the surface ... but he's even odder on the inside. "You're really not helping me there."
Why am I the only one who dressed up? Now I feel odd!
Oliver, usually the biggest talker, was oddly silent at yesterday's meeting
It's kind of odd behavior for somebody who's about to kill herself,
What do we mean by an odd fellow? By an odd fellow a strange or peculiar man.
the neighbors thought him very odd. If the number in the second column is odd. he's wearing odd socks.
Susan asked if I bite my toenails - what an odd question!
Waiting for Godot was voted the most significant English language play of the 20ts century, which is odd because it was originally written in French.
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People from Madrid are weird.
This is a weird sentence.
There was something weird about the incident.
I don't think it's weird at all.
Uh, now it's really weird...
You're weird - I like you.
You know a kid called Megumi Noda, right? "Noda?" "Makes weird sounds like 'Hagya', 'Fugi'"
The day before yesterday he witnessed a weird incident in the wilderness.
I find it weird that you'd like to see me given how much I bothered you last week.
You're weird. I haven't helped you at all yet and you're calling me a "genius".
My screw gun is making weird noises.
It was the sort of weird car that made me want to blurt out, "what the heck is that?"
I'm always writing weird and hoopy stuff so I'm sure it's difficult to comment on.
How do you know they're not just giving you a weird look because you have a funny face?
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there are many traditions and customs around the word which may seem quite bizarre to people who don’t fallow them.
Nothing is to bizarre for this museum.
This car looks bizarre.
She put forward her ideas employing a rather bizarre style.
It's rush hours and there is no one on the street... It's so bizarre.
1. That does sound truly bizarre. / 2. In his bizarre (sort of) way. / 3. What a bizarre little creature!
And then he told me this bizarre story.
Interviewers throw bizarre questions at candidates to see how they reacted.
Newton often did the most bizarre experiments.
a bizarre coincidence
Lingerie outlets across Russia may have to bin most of their stock under a bizarre trade directive that bans the import, production or sale of synthetic lace underwear
A love of animals can take many forms, from unconditional and affectionate, to ridiculous and totally bizarre.
"Some of these "religions" have beliefs and practices that border on the bizarre and disturbing."
They asked some bizarre questions in the job interview.
The definition of bizarre is a very strange person or thing. A bird with three eyes would be an example of bizarre.
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He had a queer expression on his face.
Who's that queer guy that came with Ann?
She was getting used to queer things happening.
Queer rumors are in the air.
He is really a queer fellow!
What a queer story!
Two male school pupils sharing an umbrella? That's quite a queer situation.
There's somethin' mighty queer behind this, Scott!
... Too queer.
"His mother is very queer, with witchy hair and mismatched shoes."
Bored of London's queer club scene?
His fingers looked queer and malformed in the dim light.
I warn you! Don't queer this contract!
This hundred looks queer to me.
Frank was, as Dad put it, as queer as a blue gnu.
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What is peculiar to Japan at mealtimes is that people eat rice out of little bowls.
a peculiar smell
The surface of the peculiar object is fairly rough.
The humor of his speech is derived from his peculiar local accent.
Something peculiar is notably unusual. If your friend starts saying strange things you don't understand, ask her why she's suddenly become peculiar.
You know I am not born to tread in the beaten track — the peculiar bent of my nature pushes me on.
Dressed in a loud and peculiar outfit, she stood out in the crowd.
The man we met was very peculiar. (Mężczyzna, którego spotkaliśmy był bardzo osobliwy.)
I, for one, have never come across a situation so peculiar to itself.
Vivian Mayers had was peculiar
People might not understand, you know how peculiar they can be
Scentology movement was peculiar and i wasnt for sure what it was
We're all thought to have something very distinctive, if not peculiar.
His accent was a peculiar mixture of Cockney and Irish
Teddy was laughing his peculiar laugh at the jokes - Eeee-eee-eee, like a fingernail scratching on a
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‘Pop-up shops’ are quirky, interesting shops that close or change after a few weeks.
I admired the film because of the great cinematography, wonderfully quirky script and memorable performances.
I like his quirky sense of humour.
She is so quirky.
I've never heard such sound, That's a really quirky type of music.
This is a quirky translation that captures the author’s style.
his habbits are quirky
... the story of a quirky, long, six- year, difficult...
How characteristically quirky of him to give you both a dozen roses and a dozen camellias, and have them fight to the death!
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Nobody inside the company was allowed to ask awkward questions but thankfully the journalism of John finally spurred the government regulators into action.
Here's an awkward question for you: do you consider yourself a good liar?
He walked awkwardly across the room, aware that they were watching.
Ah, well I've bandaged it for the meantime but if that's awkward then it's fine to replace it with a plaster when you get home.
You'd have so much more success with women if you'd quit trying to be someone you're not and just let yourself be charmingly awkward.
The Oxford comma is awkward, unnecessary, and cannot be carried over to languages other than English.
This generation of online daters, far more native to the Internet, are a lot less awkward than the first generation.
After an awkward pause, Bill took her by the hand and dragged her upstairs.
When something weird or embarrassing happens, and there's that silence after it. I see that you're awkward. | I'm pretty awkward myself.
something that is awkward is difficult to deal with. If somewhere is awkward to get to, it is difficult to find or involves taking several different sorts of transpoirt
t's an awkward corner, so take it slowly. Some of the questions were rather awkward. It was an awkward ascent, but we reached the top eventually. [+ to infinitive] My car's quite awkward to drive.
I felt awkward because they obviously wanted to be alone. His movements were slow and awkward.
This camera’s rather awkward to use. Let’s hope they don’t ask too many awkward questions. He stood in a corner, looking awkward and self-conscious.
Unless Harry’s eyes were deceiving him, Fudge was suddenly looking awkward.
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Many scientists have the reputation of being eccentric.
an eccentric pop star
She’s regarded as being rather eccentric.
Geniuses can often be a little eccentric, don't you think?
That guy today, he's being too eccentric - I can't keep up with him.
Nobody can help laughing at his eccentric behavior.
The collaboration between these somewhat eccentric men was filled with strain and compromise on both sides, but in the end they appear to have gotten on well.
Eccentricity is regarded as a mental condition by psychologists; this is because eccentric behaviour does not conform to the general pattern.
They had room for eccentrics who were really good at their jobs.
His eccentric behaviour lost him his job.
The English politician was very eccentric. He spoke with a posh voice and always wore pink trousers.
Most people considered him a harmless eccentric.
someone who is eccentric often behaves in slightly strange or unusual ways
/ekˈsen.trɪk/ eccentric behaviour eccentric clothes
Do not fear to be eccentric in opinion, for every opinion now accepted was once eccentric.
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