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Definition of "unfamiliarly" [unfamiliarly]

  • In an unfamiliar manner. (adverb)

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Use "unfamiliarly" in a sentence
  • "The crowd at least raised no objections since, from the Manchester City perspective, unfamiliarly high stakes held enough novelty to make up for the mediocrity."
  • "That loping run, with little skips intermixed, by which the unfamiliarly lengthy limbs attempt to accomodate themselves to the rhythm, that is so characteristic of adolescents."
  • "Now, as he held her against him and slid his hands from her waist down over her hips, past her bottom and then up again under the fluted legs of her pretty new briefs, to cup her warm flesh and press her into his body, her own hand was free to give in to the unfamiliarly wanton demands of her emotions and explore the shape and texture of his rigid erection."
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