Examples of unfamiliar in a Sentence
He gets nervous when he is in unfamiliar surroundings.
The book is full of unfamiliar words.
Recent Examples of unfamiliar from the Web
Catcore, for those unfamiliar, is a play off of hardcore.
His original thought was that relitigating the scandals would demoralize a younger generation of feminist women unfamiliar with the tawdry details.
Because even when all its characters are aliens in unfamiliar worlds, science fiction has always been about looking at humanity.
And thankfully, a new featurette detailing the upcoming film gives anyone unfamiliar with the book a little more information than readers had.
This is particularly important if your position is in a field unfamiliar to your prospective boss.
Dinner showed the promise of Dang’s kitchen, with flavors familiar (in the chicken wings and mussels) and inviting to folks unfamiliar with Vietnamese cuisine.
A demographic mix unlike elsewhere that includes elderly drivers and tourists and immigrants unfamiliar with local habits.
Instead, after sparking a week of controversy that blew up in NBC's face, the interview served as a little more than a tepid primer for audiences unfamiliar with the far-right internet video host.
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First Known Use of unfamiliar
UNFAMILIAR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unfamiliar for English Language Learners
: not frequently seen, heard, or experienced
UNFAMILIAR Defined for Kids
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