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[stɹˈe͡ɪnd͡ʒ], [stɹˈe‍ɪnd‍ʒ], [s_t_ɹ_ˈeɪ_n_dʒ]

Synonyms for Strange:

extraneous (adjective)

alien, detached, disaffiliated, disconnected, disjoint, dissociated, eerie, estranged, exotic, external, extraneous, extraterrestrial, extrinsic, foreign, foreign-born, immaterial, impertinent, inadmissible, inapplicable, inappropriate, irrelevant, nonessential, other, outer, outlandish, outside, parenthetical, removed, segregated, separate, separated, unaffiliated, unallied, unessential, unrelated.

nonconforming (adjective)

aberrant, abnormal, anomalous, atypical, bizarre, crazy, crosspatch, curious, deranged, deviant, different, divergent, eccentric, erratic, exceptional, extraordinary, fey, freakish, funny, idiosyncratic, improper, incompatible, incongruous, inconsistent, irregular, misfit, mismatch, nonconforming, novel, odd, oddball, oddity, off, out of the ordinary, peculiar, quirky, singular, un-ordinary, uncommon, unconventional, uncustomary, unfamiliar, unique, untypical, unusual.

Other synonyms and related words:

Bohemian, Delphic, Derogatory abnormal, GONZO, Gothic, Guest, Interdicted, Irrelative, Queerish, Romanesque, STANDOUT, Unapt, able, abroad, absolutely, absurd, adrift, adventive, adventurer, age, alien, alienate, amazing, ambiguous, anathema, animation, anonymous, antic, anticipate, apart, arbitrary, askew, assume, astonishing, astounding, authentically, awkward, awry, baffling, barbarian, barbaric, barbarous, barmy, baroque, be born, bear, become silent, beget, beguiling, believe, bent, bereft of reason, betray, bewildering, beyond the pale, bizarre uncomformable, bizarro, blame, blurred, brainsick, cabalistic, camp, capricious, cat-and-dog life, cede, certain, certainly, cheat, choke, claustrophobic, come into being, come into existence, comic, comical, conflict, conflicting, confounding, confused, confusing, constitute, construct, consumer, contentiousness, contradict, contradictory, contrary, contrasted, contravene, controvert, corrupt, corrupted, crackbrained, cracked, crackpot, cramped, crank, crankish, cranky, crazed, create, creepy, crotchety, cryptic, curiously, customer, daft, deceive, defraud, defy, delude, deluded, demented, denaturalized, deprived of reason, deviate, deviating, deviation, deviative, difference, disagreement, disallowed, discrepancy, discrete, disjunct, disoriented, disputant, dispute, disrelated, dissent, distant, distinct, distinction, distinctive, distinguished, distraught, disturbed person, dotty, doubt, doubtful, dreadful, dreamlike, droll, dubious, eccentricity, edgy, eery, egregious, eldritch, elf, energy, enigmatic, enmity, enormously, equivocal, errant, erroneous, esoteric, especial, established, estrange, excessively, exclusive -or, expatriate, expect, exterior, extraordinarily, extravagant, extremely, fabulous, fallacious, false, familiar, fanciful, fantastic, fantastical, far-fetched, far-out, faraway, farcical, farfetched, fascinating, fearful, fearfully, feign, fishy, flaky, flighty, follower, foolhardy, foolish, for a wonder, forbidden, foreigner, freak, freaky, fresh, frightening, funky, funnily, fuzzy, ghost-like, ghostly, ghoulish, giddy, give birth, give rise to, glamorous, gnominious, go against, goblin, greatly, grotesque, grow, gruesome, hallucinated, hate, hazy, heavily, heavy, hidden, highly, hostile, humble, idiocratic, ignorant, immigrant, implausible, imported, impossible, impracticable, impractical, imprecise, improbable, imprudent, in error, in opposition, inaccurate, inapposite, inapt, incalculable, incognito, incognizable, incommensurable, incomparable, incomprehensible, inconceivable, incorrect, incredible, indecent, indeed, indefinite, independent, indeterminable, indeterminate, indistinct, individual, inexact, inexperienced, inexplicable, infrequent, inharmonious, inimaginable, inimitable, innovative, inquisitively, insane, inscrutable, insoluble, insular, intrusive, invisible, irrational, irrespective, isolated, jerky, kinky, kookie, kooky, laughable, learner, life, lifetime, little-known, livelihood, liveliness, loco, long for, lost, ludicrous, lunatic, macabre, mad, madcap, maddened, maggoty, make, manic, marvellous, marvelous, masochistic, mazed, mental, mentally deficient, mentally disturbed, mentally ill, meshuggah, mirabile dictu, mirabile visu, miraculous, misbelieve, mistaken, monster, monstrosity, monstrous, moonstruck, morbid, more than doubtful, mountainous, mysterious, mystery, mystifying, nameless, native, naturalized, new, new-fangled, newfangled, nightmarish, non compos, non compos mentis, nonconformist, nondescript, none such, nonnative, nonstandard, not all there, not difficult, not known, not kosher, not pertinent, not right, notable, noteworthy, nuts, nutty, obscure, oddish, oddly, of unsound mind, off the beam, off-kilter, off-the-wall, offbeat, old, one shot, one-off, oppose, opposed, ordinary, original, other-worldly, out, out of character, out of place, out of practice, out-of-the-way, outland, outrageous, outre, outstanding, overseas, overwhelming, pale, paranormal, particular, passing strange, peculiarly, perplexing, personal, perverse, perverted, phantasmal, phantom, phenomenal, picturesque, pixilated, pour rire, precise, preposterous, present, preternatural, prevailing, private, prodigious, prohibited, prophetic, psycho, pupil, puzzling, quaint, queerly, questionable, quizzical, rare, rarely known, really, reasonless, reckless, remarkable, remote, rich, ridiculous, romantic, rum, rummy, sadistic, sado-masochistic, scarce, scary, screaming, screwball, screwy, sealed, secret, segregate, sensational, senseless, shady, shocking, sick, signal, silly, silly fools, single, sinister, smother, spaced-out, special, specialized, specific, spectacular, spectral, spirit, spooky, staggering, stark-mad, stark-staring mad, stifle, stinging, stomach-turning, strained, strange to say, strangely, strangeness, strangle, strictly relative in nature, striking, student, stupendous, substantially, suffocate, sui generis, supernatural, supernormal, surprising, surreal, suspect, suspicious, tetched, the, tight, tombe des nues, touched, trackless, tramontane, trancelike, troubling, troublous times, twisted, ugly, ulterior, unacceptable, unaccountable, unaccustomed, unacknowledged, unacquainted, unapparent, unapprehended, unascertained, unassimilable, unassociated, unbalanced, unbeknown, unbelievable, uncanny, uncertain, uncharacteristic, uncharted, unclassified, unclear, unco, uncomfortable, unconformable, unconnected, uncouth, understand, undisclosed, undiscoverable, undiscovered, undistinguished, undivulged, unearthly, uneasy, unexampled, unexpected, unexplainable, unexplained, unexplored, unexposed, unfamiliarity, unfashionable, unfathomable, unfathomed, unfitting, unforeseeable, unforeseen, ungodly, unheard, unheard-of, unheralded, unhinged, unidentified, unimaginable, unintelligible, uninvestigated, unknowable, unknown, unlike, unlikely, unmapped, unmarked, unmatched, unnamed, unnatural, unnaturalised, unnaturalized, unnaturally, unordinary, unorthodox, unparalleled, unperceived, unplumbed, unpractical, unprecedented, unpredictable, unpredicted, unreal, unrealistic, unreasonable, unrecognized, unrecorded, unrelatable, unremarked, unrepresentative, unrevealed, unsane, unseemly, unsettled, unsettling, unsound, unspecified, unsuitable, unsung, unsuspected, untouched, untried, unused, unusually, unwonted, urge oneself, usual, utterly, vague, very, wacky, wandering, warped, way out, wean, weird, weirdly, weirdo, whimsical, wild, witless, wonderful, wonderfully, wonderworking, wondrous, wondrous strange, wrong, yet.

Rhymes for Strange:

  1. range, change;
  2. estrange, arrange, exchange, long-range, derange;
  3. interchange;

Quotes for Strange:

  1. You know, I have guys that are almost stalkers... it is very strange I had this one guy that e -mailed me off my site, and thought we were boyfriend and girlfriend. He then came to my house in London, I do not know how he found it. Caprice Bourret.
  2. You know, I find it very strange when movies that I made that were just excoriated- I mean that I was just vilified for- are now looked at as classics. John Milius.
  3. To the intelligent man with an interest in human nature it must often appear strange that so much of the energy of the scientific world has been spent on the study of the body and so little on the study of the mind. Edward Thorndike.

Idioms of Strange:

  1. How strange/ stupid/ cool, etc. is that?;
  2. Politics makes strange bedfellows.;
  3. make odd/ strange bedfellows;