from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In a strange or coincidental manner.
- adv. Surprisingly, wonderfully.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. As something foreign, or not one's own; in a manner adapted to something foreign and strange.
- adv. In the manner of one who does not know another; distantly; reservedly; coldly.
- adv. In a strange manner; in a manner or degree to excite surprise or wonder; wonderfully.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a strange manner, in any sense of the word strange.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a strange manner
Eilisshe pronounced the name strangely, with too much emphasis on the second syllablewhy are you upset?
Brad Paisley and Keith Urban in strangely homoerotic video
There are still a few models of one cup coffee makers for which Amazon and epinions reviewers remain strangely silent.
Darn it, I am still proud, so strangely is man compounded.
Which, strangely, is nearly identical to the number of people who watched the unveiling of "Parker Spitzer" Monday night on CNN.
But for all her transparency, Tompkins is again strangely resistant to making the links between emotional life and learning.
On the other hand, when government interventions are proposed, the government is generally assumed, in strangely simplistic fashion, to be motivated by nothing other than to maximize the utility of its subjects!
They also remain strangely more interested in keeping America safe from the terrorists we already have in custody than in providing solutions on how to capture and kill more.
Manning has one touchdown and five interceptions in the playoffs this season, yet strangely is one win from making his first Super Bowl appearance.
It was, nevertheless, unceremoniously ditched by the Boy Wimp when he became leader, although Paterson's Green Paper, strangely, is still on the Tory website.