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- n. Lack of familiarity; ignorance or inexperience.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being unfamiliar; want of familiarity.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. unusualness as a consequence of not being well known
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But it reveals a certain unfamiliarity with the details of District life:
It may well be that the perception of difficulty here merely reflects unfamiliarity, which is likely true of quite a few of the features often cited as leading to difficulty.
He cheerily called his unfamiliarity with sports "my disgrace" when questioned on the subject by reporters at the weekend.
Ahmedabad, December 13: With just three days left for the final phase of the Gujarat Assembly polls, the spat between Manmohan Singh and Narendra Modi grew ugly Wednesday night, after the Chief Minister publicly taunted the Prime Minister for his 'unfamiliarity' among the masses.
New long snapper adds to training camp of 'unfamiliarity' for Redskins special teams
Perhaps it's simply that "unfamiliarity" that causes some to doubt its authenticity.
Some women are more turned on by the idea of unfamiliarity, of sex with strangers (thus lesbian bed death); others find their desire dictated by intimacy and emotional connection (hence the women who are
I can't really comment on it at the moment, and I don't think it would be fair to, either - not until I can see it on my own TV set, so I'm not misjudging it (even slightly) because of unfamiliarity with the TV I'm looking at. filmbuffrich
The following summary statement by Michelle captures her unfamiliarity with many of the rules of grammar and most of logic:
Maybe I didn't like the design, the name, the unfamiliarity, the jingle, I have no idea.