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unaccustomed

adjective

Synonyms and Antonyms of unaccustomed

  1. 1 not having acquired a habit or tolerance pampered youngsters who were unaccustomed to such hard work Synonyms of unaccustomed unacclimated, unused, unadapted, unadjustedWords Related to unaccustomed unseasonedNear Antonyms of unaccustomed unaffected, uninfluencedAntonyms of unaccustomed acclimated, accustomed, adapted, adjusted, habituated, used

  2. 2 not known or experienced before the unaccustomed friendliness of my relatives after I won the lottery Synonyms of unaccustomed fresh, novel, original, strange, new, unfamiliar, unheard-of, unknown, unprecedentedWords Related to unaccustomed innovative, unique; nontraditional, unconventional, untried, unused, unworn; pathbreaking, pioneering, trailblazingNear Antonyms of unaccustomed conventional, established, traditional, tried, tried-and-true; derivative, imitativeAntonyms of unaccustomed familiar, hackneyed, old, time-honored, tired, warmed-over

  3. 3 noticeably different from what is generally found or experienced unaccustomed styles of cooking that the tourists had to be persuaded to try Synonyms of unaccustomed curious, extraordinary, funny, odd, offbeat, out-of-the-way, peculiar, queer, rare, singular, strange, unusual, uncommon, uncustomary, unique, weirdWords Related to unaccustomed bizarre, eccentric, far-out, kooky (also kookie), oddball, outlandish, outré, way-out; aberrant, abnormal, atypical, exceptional, irregular; newsworthy, notable, noteworthy, noticeable, particular, remarkable, specialNear Antonyms of unaccustomed unexceptional; expected, predictable; familiar, normal, regular, typicalAntonyms of unaccustomed common, ordinary, plain, usual


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