strange (adj.)
aloof, distant, reserved
JC I.ii.35[Cassius to Brutus] You bear too stubborn and too strange a hand / Over your friend that loves you
MV I.i.67[Bassanio to Salerio and Solanio] You grow exceeding strange
RJ II.ii.102[Juliet to Romeo] I should have been more strange
Sonn.89.8[] I will acquaintance strangle and look strange
TC II.iii.236[Diomedes to all, of Ajax] [if he were] strange, or self-affected
TN II.v.164[Malvolio to himself] I will be strange, stout, in yellow stockings and cross-gartered [or: singular]
TN V.i.209[Sebastian to Olivia] You throw a strange regard upon me
TS I.i.85[Hortensio to Baptista] will you be so strange?
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