Words nearby unaccustomed
OTHER WORDS FROM unaccustomedun·ac·cus·tomed·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for unaccustomed
A month after that announcement, unaccustomed daylight was forced upon the lithium-ion battery industry.Passenger Flights Must Stop Carrying Lithium-Ion Batteries as Cargo|Clive Irving|May 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
While Kelley is unaccustomed to dealing with the media and was nervous about our sit-down, her task is in many ways far easier.Like Jill Kelley, Paula Broadwell Eyes Comeback After Petraeus Scandal|Howard Kurtz|January 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
It is a moment of unaccustomed celebration in a country that has known unimaginable suffering.
John Avlon talks to jubilant Sudanese voters on the ground at a moment of unaccustomed celebration.
Citizens of the Palmetto State woke up yesterday with an unaccustomed feeling when they opened the political page: pride.
Their stripling chief thrust out his stomach, and he handled his large sword with an unaccustomed flourish.The Missourian|Eugene P. (Eugene Percy) Lyle
He was not unaccustomed to doing foolish things when he was drunk, and as a rule he made it a point to ignore them afterwards.The Uphill Climb|B. M. Bower
For the greater part of the day he had been sedulously fighting against a new and unaccustomed state of mind.The Tempting of Tavernake|E. Phillips Oppenheim
She was delicate and unaccustomed to privation and discomfort—and the cottage had its disadvantages.The Joyous Adventures of Aristide Pujol|William J. Locke
To an unaccustomed eye from below he might have been a part of nature's freaks among the sand rocks.The Way of an Indian|Frederic Remington