Strangely in a sentence

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Definition of Strangely

  • In the manner of one who does not know another; distantly; reservedly; coldly.
  • In a strange manner; in a manner or degree to excite surprise or wonder; wonderfully.
  • in a strange manner

How to use strangely in a sentence. Strangely pronunciation.

Although we were perched so strangely upon boxes, trunks and beds, and so strangely attired, too, we were too earnestly distressed and too genuinely miserable to see any fun about it, and there was not the semblance of a smile anywhere visible.
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At which the Bawd look'd a little strangely upon him; I help you to one, Sir, said she?
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How strangely time will slip away in Company, before a Man's aware!
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Louise, in the meantime, kept quiet as a mouse-so strangely quiet, indeed, that Emmeline's prophetic soul dreaded some impending disturbance, worse than any they had yet suffered.
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Seeing, instantly, the hand of God in it, he told the story to the astonished storekeeper, then left to pay his debt with the money so strangely given.
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Then she said she must apologise for behaving so strangely, but I was very young, and she was an old woman,-one couldn't call her that, though,-and she had taken this way of renewing her acquaintance with me.
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Jessica's explanation of the arrival of Lionel Tarrant had strangely startled her; no such suggestion would have occurred to her own mind.
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Strangely, as it seemed to her, she grew conscious of a personal freedom not unlike what she had vainly desired in the days of petulant girlhood; the sense came only at moments, but was real and precious; under its influence she forgot everything abnormal in her situation, and-though without recognising this significance-knew the exultation of a woman who has justified her being.
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Her sentimental protestations became strangely mixed with a self-assertiveness very galling to Nancy's pride.
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Observing it, Samuel was strangely moved.
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You speak strangely, sir: no offence.
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The two children with the golden hair were lying side by side on a little bed, immovable, rigid, their eyes open and the pupils strangely dilated-their faces red, and agitated by slight convulsions.
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Madame de Camors perceived without doubt some remote connection between her husband and Faust-between herself and Marguerite; for she could not help showing that she was strangely agitated.
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However this may be, I cannot get it out of my head that the strangely ill-fated bird that came out of the wood last February was sent for a purpose.
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And this strangely ill-fated curlew set me thinking if it were a tame bird escaped from captivity, but tame birds lose quickly their instinct of finding food.
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And, strangely enough, none of the other three castles was touched.
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The hammering resounded strangely through the quiet school-room.
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The same superstition and appliance existed in England.]-with which this age of ours is so occupied, that there is almost no other talk, are not mere voluntary impressions of apprehension and fear; for I know, by experience, in the case of a particular friend of mine, one for whom I can be as responsible as for myself, and a man that cannot possibly fall under any manner of suspicion of insufficiency, and as little of being enchanted, who having heard a companion of his make a relation of an unusual frigidity that surprised him at a very unseasonable time; being afterwards himself engaged upon the same account, the horror of the former story on a sudden so strangely possessed his imagination, that he ran the same fortune the other had done; and from that time forward, the scurvy remembrance of his disaster running in his mind and tyrannising over him, he was subject to relapse into the same misfortune.
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He founded a religion, like that of the old hermits, democratic and ascetic, with its convents, saint- worships, pilgrimages, miraculous relics, rosaries, and much more, which strangely anticipates the monastic religion; and his followers, to this day, are more numerous than those of any other creed. Brahmins, too, had given themselves up to penance and mortification till they believed themselves able, like Kehama, to have gained by self-torture the right to command, not nature merely, but the gods themselves.
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Severinus' presage was strangely fulfilled.
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Examples of Strangely

Example #1
I know I am not capable of suffering more than I did during those few minutes of suspense in the dark, surrounded by those creeping, bloody-minded tarantulas.
Example #2
The landscape presented when the lantern flashed into the room was picturesque, and might have been funny to some people, but was not to us.
Example #3
I hope, you don't take me for a Bawd; if you do, I assure you, you are come to the wrong House; And I'd have ye to know, Sir, I'm another sort of Person.
Example #4
Why, Madam, says he, I want a certain sort of a Fleshly Convenience, and I am inform'd you can help me to one.
Example #5
But the old Cuss thinking to pacifie her Anger by convincing her it wan't so late, wou'd needs go look upon his Watch; but quickly finding that altho' the Nest was there, the Bird was flown, put up the Case again, with only saying, _Good lack a day!
Example #6
That when the old Fornicator was come home, he had a severe Lecture from his disgruntl'd Lady, who told him he had either been asleep or worse; for that it was near two a Clock.