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unaccustomed

adjective a stranger to, aberrant, abnormal, amazing, anomalous, astonishing, bizarre, different, eccentric, exceptional, extraordinary, first time experiencing, first time for, freakish, green, ignorant, inexperienced, insuetus, inusitate, irregular, naive, new, new to, not accussomed to, not common, not conversant with, not familiar with, not in the habit of, not usual, not used to, novel, odd, out of the habit of, out of the ordinary, outlandish, peculiar, queer, rare, raw, remarkable, rusty, shaky, singular, strange, surprising, unacquainted, unacquainted with, unaware of, unconventional, unconversant, uncustomary, unfamiliar with, uninitiated, uninured, unique, unnatural, unordinary, unpracticed, unseasoned, unskilled, untrained, untried, unusual, unversed
See also: extraordinary, inexperienced, nonconforming, peculiar, prodigious, special, unacquainted, uncommon, unusual
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One problem you didn't point out is the sometimes disappointing quality of photos taken by someone at the museum who is unaccustomed to photographing mineral specimens.
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To add to Gronholm's pleasure, world champion and title rival Sebastien Loeb has struggled throughout and found himself down in an unaccustomed fourth place, albeit after an improved showing in the afternoon.
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The water supply has not been diminished by the 70-foot drop in the waterline, and buoys encircling islands jutting from the water's surface caution boaters and fishermen unaccustomed to the obstructions.
She encountered a deep Jansenism in her spiritual teachings, to which she was unaccustomed.
Altman and Keillor are longstanding fans of the misfit, storytellers who build their narratives and ensemble casts from the fractured lives of small, imperfect people, folks unaccustomed to limelight, power, or wealth.
Beekeepers, unaccustomed to applying complex chemicals to their hives, have tended to overuse or misapply the products, and mites develop resistance.
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Besides finding and negotiating guesting contracts, an agent can also arrange airplane tickets, hotel rooms, rental cars, and rehearsal time--things that dancers unaccustomed to self-promotion and with little time for logistical details would rather have someone else worry about.
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