strange (adj.)
foreign, alien, from abroad
AYL IV.i.30[Rosalind as Ganymede to Jaques] Look you lisp and wear strange suits
Cym I.vii.191[Iachimo to Innogen, of his treasures] I am something curious, being strange, / To have them in safe stowage
Cym I.vii.54.1[Iachimo to Pisanio, of Iachimo's servant] He's strange and peevish
H8 III.i.45[Queen Katherine to Wolsey, of his speaking in Latin] A strange tongue makes my cause more strange, suspicious
H8 V.iv.34[Porter to Man] Or have we some strange Indian with the great tool come to court [also: unusual]
LLL IV.ii.129[Jaquenetta to Holofernes, of Berowne] one of the strange Queen's lords
TC III.ii.8[Troilus to Pandarus, of Cressida] I stalk about her door, / Like a strange soul upon the Stygian banks
TC III.iii.12[Calchas to all] I ... am become / As new into the world, strange, unacquainted
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