unaccustomed Earthby Jhumpa Lahiri The stories are dazzling.
unaccustomed to being lectured and threatened, Dole stormed out.
A month after that announcement, unaccustomed daylight was forced upon the lithium-ion battery industry.
Citizens of the Palmetto State woke up yesterday with an unaccustomed feeling when they opened the political page: pride.
While Kelley is unaccustomed to dealing with the media and was nervous about our sit-down, her task is in many ways far easier.
She said it was nothing serious, simply that I was unaccustomed to the fumes from the fires, which had gone to my head.
“Thine eyes are unaccustomed to the light,” was all he answered.
The unaccustomed sight filled her with the horror bred of a mysterious disease.
At least not new and not unaccustomed, but new and unaccustomed there, in this sylvan retreat.
Labor is pain to those who are unaccustomed to it, and the nature of man is averse to pain.