Examples of usage:

  1. Whether from an unfamiliarity with wild men, or from some other reason, this creature proved offensive to him. "The Pines of Lory" by John Ames Mitchell
  2. As far as possible the words chosen have been such as are not difficult to the little reader, either from their length or their unfamiliarity. "Stories of Great Americans for Little Americans" by Edward Eggleston
  3. There was everything hostile to my peace- an incalculable crowd, an oppressive heat, dust, noise, weariness; there was the disappointment of the churches and the image; there was the sour unfamiliarity of the place and the experience; and yet I was neither troubled nor depressed nor irritated nor disappointed. "Lourdes" by Robert Hugh Benson
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