Examples of unusual in a Sentence
It's not unusual for him to stay late at work.
a scene of unusual beauty
She has an unusual name.
Recent Examples of unusual from the Web
Spotify Spotify went public on April 3 in a highly unusual way for a company of its size.
Elections officials and political consultants said the number of ballot fights is highly unusual.
Although his tellings were inconsistent and exaggerated, the story was based on the highly unusual case of Linda Taylor.
But an aversion to publicly disclosing a management team or even the names of its upper leadership is deeply unusual.
That long a dry spell between funds — at a time when rival firms are competing with one another to raise bigger and bigger war chests at a faster and faster clip, led by SoftBank’s $100 billion Vision Fund — is decidedly unusual.
The amount of money Loewentheil has raised — much of it from outside Maryland — is highly unusual for a delegate’s race.
Shirley Manson: To hear a woman talk about lust is so unusual.
The behavior seems unusual, but others are not convinced the leopard is exhibiting tool use.
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UNUSUAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unusual for English Language Learners
: not normal or usual
: different or strange in a way that attracts attention
: not commonly seen, heard, etc.
UNUSUAL Defined for Kids
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