Strange and Unremarkable


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Strange adjective – Different from the ordinary in a way that causes curiosity or suspicion.
Usage example: the strange smell we'd noticed turned out, unhappily, to be from the dinner our host was making

Unremarkable is an antonym for strange.
Nearby Words: strangeness, stranger, strangely
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Unremarkable adjective – Being of the type that is encountered in the normal course of events.
Usage example: a quiet and unremarkable child

Strange is an antonym for unremarkable.
Nearby Word: unremarked
Antonyms for Unremarkable
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  • Almost Dead Guy Almost immediately once Jay realizes that the otherwise unremarkable girl might know something about his mysterious amnesia (or at least shares his strange symptoms), Jessica disappears without a trace.
  • They have a fixed set of ethics, unremarkable though approximately comparable to medieval Europe, but they have randomly generated values which direct whether they approve or disapprove of certain philosophical concepts like family, romance, nature, or liberty, often leading to strange worldviews.
  • What the Hell Is That Accent? Carice van Houten is simply using her native Dutch accent; unlike the Lorathi (where we conveniently find they speak with German accents), the other person we see from Asshai (a strange lady in Qarth) has an unremarkable native English accent.
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