Synonyms of strange in English:

strange


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adjective

1‘suddenly, I heard a strange noise’

SYNONYMS

unusual, odd, curious, peculiar, funny, bizarre, weird, uncanny, queer, unexpected, unfamiliar, abnormal, atypical, anomalous, untypical, different, out of the ordinary, out of the way, extraordinary, remarkable, puzzling, mystifying, mysterious, perplexing, baffling, unaccountable, inexplicable, incongruous, uncommon, irregular, singular, deviant, aberrant, freak, freakish, surreal

suspicious, dubious, questionable

eerie, unnatural

outré

Scottish unco

informal fishy, creepy, spooky

British informal rum

North American informal bizarro

ANTONYMS

ordinary, usual

2‘he's a very strange man’

SYNONYMS

weird, eccentric, odd, peculiar, funny, bizarre, unusual, abnormal

unconventional, idiosyncratic, outlandish, offbeat, freakish, quirky, quaint, zany, off-centre

informal wacky, way out, freaky, kooky, kinky, oddball, like nothing on earth, cranky

North American informal screwy, off the wall, wacko, backasswards

NZ Australian informal, dated dilly

ANTONYMS

normal, conventional

3‘when children visit a strange house, they are often a little shy’

SYNONYMS

unfamiliar, unknown, new, alien, previously unencountered

ANTONYMS

familiar

4‘Jean was beginning to feel a little strange’

SYNONYMS

ill, unwell, poorly, indisposed, not well, not very well, not oneself, out of sorts, not up to par, below par, under par, peaky, liverish, sick, queasy, nauseous

British off, off colour

informal under the weather, not up to snuff, funny, peculiar, crummy, lousy, rough

British informal ropy, grotty

Scottish informal wabbit

NZ Australian informal crook

vulgar slang crappy

dated queer, seedy

ANTONYMS

well

5‘it had been a long time since she'd seen him and she felt strange’

SYNONYMS

ill at ease, uneasy, edgy, uncomfortable, awkward, self-conscious, embarrassed

out of place, like a fish out of water, disorientated

ANTONYMS

relaxed