from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Pertaining to something or someone else; different.
- adj. Pertaining or directed toward others; otherish.
- adv. Otherwise; differently.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
Perhaps the fantasy market is not ready for something quite so otherly, so nostalgic in a determinedly Antipodean way.
There are too many programs promoting themselves as pro-inclusion using able-body actors in otherly challenged roles.
He registered the air outside the capsule was colder than inside, but his brain was too removed from the otherly sensation to induce shivering.
There was a little mirror right above me, reminiscent of the ones in a parakeet cage, to give the patient a comforting, otherly face.
Instead, they and their followers, by the very fact of seeking such enormous and potentially dangerous power, should be eyed like living wizards -- as otherly and worthy of diligent suspicion.
He did a tremendous job, as well, describing all the many ways in which otherly abled people are discriminated against in a society which values conformity above all.
The entire cast is at the top of their game, sporting some truly amazing makeup; while Ron Perlman and Doug Jones continue to delight as Hellboy and Abe Sapien, Selma Blair in particular mines appreciable new depths as firestarter Liz Sherman, now secure in her otherly domesticity with the big lug she calls "Red."
Kathleen was the most otherly of what Isherwood always called the Others, those Blimps and boors he felt nipping at his heels.
But yes, our understanding is the word is disabled, or otherly abled.
Ghostbuster costumes and love of otherly worlds, but several expressed idealism as well.
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