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Main Entry: strange
Inflected Form(s): strang·er; strang·est
Etymology: Middle English strange "foreign," from early French estrange (same meaning), from Latin extraneus, literally, "external, coming from the outside," from extra "outside" --related to EXTRA- 1: not native to or naturally belonging in a place 2 a: not known, heard, or seen before <strange surroundings> b: causing surprise or wonder because not usual : noticeably unusual <strange clothes> 3: UNEASY 1 <feels strange on the first day of school> - strange·lyadverb - strange·nessnoun