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Definition of "unfamiliarity" []

  • Not known or experienced; strange (adjective)
  • Not familiar (adjective)
  • Lack of familiarity; ignorance or inexperience. (noun)

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Use "unfamiliarity" in a sentence
  • "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."