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Definition of strange:

  1. Foreign; belonging to others; not before known, heard, or seen; wonderful; odd; unusual; reserved; unfamiliar.

Common misspellings for strange:

stragetic, stevenage, stratige, straigher, straingh, stratage, storagae, stradigy, stanger, strenghen, dranage, stratagie, stronget, strenight, strounger, storng, staregy, stratagey, staregic, stronog, strngle, stange, storag, sttronger, sotrage, straingt, swartzenegger, stragey, straned, straegy, strink, stragegic, stragiey, styrong, straong, strng, strainger, strenghth, strag, strangth, srtong, durange, stratigey, starnger, stroeage, storrage, strikng, stang, storege, trange, strage, strainth, astrange, strager, trayng, strengh, straine, stratgie, strenght, stranhe, stronges, sterangth, srange, storeage, streanth, stornger, stramge, strenthg, strangen, sranger, stradagey, strangel, starnge, stragegy, streategy, stradagy, stratgey, sterlng, staroage, dranidge, triange, strtegy, softdrink, streng, streantgh, strongg, strongh, stranks, subterannean, strangre, strentghen, sstorage, ystrong, strentgh, strouge, stronged, sterong, strongf, strneght, stroage.

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Quotes for strange:

  1. I don't know if I was a star. I was certainly working a lot and that was strange because there were good things about it and things that were difficult.
  2. The moment one accosts a stranger or is accosted by him is above all in this life the moment of drama... Whoever we meet watches us intently at the quick, strange moment of meeting, to see whether we are disposed to be friendly.
  3. Saw a wedding in the church. It was strange to see what delight we married people have to see these poor fools decoyed into our condition.
  4. A week of sweeping fogs has passed over and given me a strange sense of exile and desolation. I walk round the island nearly every day, yet I can see nothing anywhere but a mass of wet rock, a strip of surf, and then a tumult of waves.
  5. There is nothing so powerful as truth, and often nothing so strange.
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