strange (adj.) 1
remarkable, startling, abnormal, unnatural
AC V.ii.98 [Cleopatra to Dolabella] Nature wants stuff / To vie strange forms with fancy
Cym [Cornelius to himself, of the Queen] She doth think she has / Strange ling'ring poisons
H8 I.iii.2 [Lord Chamberlain to Sands] Is't possible the spells of France should juggle / Men into such strange mysteries
Ham I.i.69 [Horatio to Marcellus and Barnardo, of the ghostly vision] This bodes some strange eruption to our state
Ham I.v.28 [Ghost to Hamlet, of the murder] most foul, strange, and unnatural
KL II.i.76 [Gloucester to Edmund, of Edgar] O strange and fastened villain!
MM III.i.24 [disguised Duke to Claudio] thy complexion shifts to strange effects, / After the moon
MV IV.i.21 [Duke to Shylock] Thou'lt show thy mercy and remorse more strange / Than is thy strange apparent cruelty [second instance]
Tem V.i.228 [Alonso to all, of the happenings] They strengthen / From strange to stranger
TS Induction.i.41 [Second Huntsman to Lord, of transforming Sly] It would seem strange unto him when he waked