OTHER WORDS FROM unfamiliarun·fa·mil·i·ar·i·ty [uhn-fuh-mil-ee-ar-i-tee], /ˌʌn fəˌmɪl iˈær ɪ ti/, nounun·fa·mil·iar·ly, adverb
How to use unfamiliar in a sentence
Most of the observers were young and seemed unfamiliar with election law, but they lodged complaints anyway, Kemp said.‘We will not allow anyone to stop us’: Day and night, under historic scrutiny, the nation’s vote counters carried on|Amy Gardner, Reis Thebault, Hannah Knowles, Michelle Lee|November 9, 2020|Washington Post
Whatever the reason, Lynchburg’s flip has given local Democrats an unfamiliar spring in their step.Lynchburg goes blue for president for the first time since Harry Truman in 1948|Laura Vozzella, Susan Svrluga|November 8, 2020|Washington Post
The first planets discovered outside our solar system were strange, unfamiliar worlds.There Could Be 300 Million (or More) Earth-Like Planets in Our Galaxy|Jason Dorrier|November 8, 2020|Singularity Hub
There’s a sense of teasing wonderment in the way the Koappites rename each unfamiliar piece of fruit.‘Pikmin 3 Deluxe’ loses some of its original charm|Michael Thomsen|October 30, 2020|Washington Post
Many of the options in Atlanta she’s found are smoked or barbecued, a treatment for the holiday bird that’s unfamiliar to the New York native.Welcome to ‘Thanksgiving-ish,’ with fondue nights, soup buffets and takeout turkey|Emily Heil|October 30, 2020|Washington Post
Political change is accelerating at the speed of technology, adding unfamiliarity and uncertainty into the mix of things to fear.
A suggestion of what may happen is perhaps already to be found in the general unfamiliarity of scholars with these dictionaries.
I have remarked upon the unfamiliarity of modern students of theology with Peignot's term thologie positive.
Or, as Aristotle had said long before, there must be "a certain admixture of unfamiliarity," a continual slight novelty.Impressions And Comments|Havelock Ellis
Whether from an unfamiliarity with wild men, or from some other reason, this creature proved offensive to him.The Pines of Lory|John Ames Mitchell
Our little heads would swim in the sickness of our unfamiliarity.The Golden Censer|John McGovern