01. He is kind of a [strange] person sometimes, but he's a nice guy.
02. His sister, normally so talkative, was [strangely] quiet throughout the evening.
03. Leo Tolstoy once suggested that it is a [strange] idea to assume that beauty is goodness.
04. I read somewhere that an Australian aboriginal elder once remarked, "You white people are so [strange]. We think it is very primitive for a child to have only two parents."
05. Ursula was acting very [strangely] at the party last night. Was she on drugs or something?
06. I travel a lot on business, and it is a lonely feeling to wake up in a [strange] bed in some unknown city.
07. She went to the doctor because she felt a [strange] dizziness when she woke up.
08. There is a [strange] noise coming out of the engine of my car.
09. There is a Welsh proverb which states there are three things it is best to avoid: a [strange] dog, a flood, and a man who thinks he is wise.
10. She felt nervous walking alone at night in a [strange] city.
11. Janet was [strangely] quiet about her date last night. I don't know if that's a good sign or a bad sign.
12. There is a Chinese proverb which states that the day your horse dies, and your money's gone, your relatives change into [strangers].
13. There is an Ethiopian proverb which advises, "Eat with a [stranger], but save your love for your family."

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