Unfamiliar

Antonyms of UNFAMILIAR

Examples of usage:

  1. It was not an unfamiliar sight. "Clover and Blue Grass" by Eliza Calvert Hall
  2. On the ocean the forces of nature have it their own way; nothing comes between man and the elements; but as Esther gazed out into the night, it was not the darkness, or the sense of cold, or the vagrant snow- flakes driving against the window, or the heavy clouds drifting through the sky, or even the ghastly glimmer and reflection of the snow- fields, that, by contrast, made the grave seem cheerful; it was rather the twinkling lights from distant and invisible farm- houses, the vague outlines of barn- yards and fences along doubtful roads, the sudden flash of lamps as the train hurried through unknown stations, or the unfamiliar places where it stopped, while the tap- tap of the train- men's hammers on the wheels beneath sounded like spirit- rappings. "Esther" by Henry Adams
  3. For one moment she stared in amazement at the strange room, with its unfamiliar furnishing; but recollection came only too quickly. "Queen Hildegarde" by Laura Elizabeth Howe Richards

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