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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstrangelystrange‧ly /ˈstreɪndʒli/ ●●○ adverb  MYSTERIOUSin an unusual or surprising way syn oddly Mick’s been acting very strangely lately. strangely shaped hills The crowd fell strangely silent. Strangely enough, I wasn’t that disappointed.
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strangelyAfter moving into the new house, she began behaving strangely.We went into the hallway, which now looked strangely barren.But at that time, biologists also saw sick, disoriented manatees acting strangely by curling their lips and arching their backs.To Mr Utterson the streets seemed strangely empty and lonely.Also, strangely, he noted there was a similarity in the faces of the aunt and niece.Dickinson sailed down in slow, sweeping curves, feeling strangely innocent.The whole city was strangely peaceful.She'd felt strangely vulnerable, half afraid, overcome by a mass of conflicting emotions.Strangely enoughCable Strangely enough the thing that most people have problems with when installing a new drive is the ribbon cable.
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