- uncalled for,
- uncanny valley,
- uncared for
Origin of uncanny
Examples from the Web for uncannily
And he bore an uncannily resemblance to the spaghetti monster sketch.
He has been uncannily successful at making Mitt Romney, not himself, the main subject of the campaign.
The depiction of post-riot London uncannily anticipates Ground Zero.Book Bag: Actor Simon Callow’s Favorite Dickens Novels|Simon Callow|September 25, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Everything Clinton has, uncannily enough, is something Obama kinda lacks.
He is also uncannily good at guessing what time it is without looking at a watch.
She looked suddenly and uncannily like the portrait of the austere old man above her head.Basil Everman|Elsie Singmaster
Later on he became strangely, uncannily secretive about it all.The Scarecrow and Other Stories|G. Ranger Wormser
It was uncannily similar to the nervous connections of the cerebellum with the various parts of the anatomy of an insect.The Blind Spot|Austin Hall
It rose up grimly, uncannily, like a dragon out of the sea, and levelled a rifle straight at him.Tom Slade Motorcycle Dispatch Bearer|Percy Keese Fitzhugh
He detected the struggle going on in it, and he made remarks so uncannily wise that the Mexican was startled at his divination.A Daughter of the Dons|William MacLeod Raine