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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of unfamiliarity

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of unfamiliarity:

Derived Form of unfamiliarity

plural: unfamiliarities
unusualness as a consequence of not being well known
Type ofunusualness,
Typesabnormality, bizarreness, crotchet, eccentricity, eeriness, freakishness, ghostliness, oddity, outlandishness, quaintness, queerness, quirk, quirkiness, singularity, weirdness,
See alsoforeign,

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  1. in all their wholeness, in all their contradictions, and in all their unfamiliarity.
  2. to Wiseau's seeming unfamiliarity with the basic elements of film production.
  3. unfamiliarity with UK street culture,
  4. A sound full of unfamiliarity
  5. Trump's unfamiliarity with the Bible
  6. between two people, it's that unfamiliarity
  7. and his unfamiliarity with the surrounding countryside.
  8. and when there's too much unfamiliarity,
  9. It's I think is what it is. It's the unfamiliarity of it
  11. And perhaps because of that unfamiliarity, it was a close series from the get-go,
  12. The feeling of unfamiliarity at the time
  13. kind of anomalies, or unfamiliarity with high
  14. This is unfamiliar, but, again, I think unfamiliarity
  15. And unfamiliarity has a funny way of turning into familiar.
  16. The unfamiliarity with new technologies could be a major weakness. For instance this is
  17. that unfamiliarity of the atmosphere is a bit stressful.
  18. of unfamiliarity and extroverts tend to be more comfortable very quickly in unfamiliar
  19. her range limitations means she has to still get close, and in combination with unfamiliarity with patterns?
  20. unfamiliarity with its system, was jealous of its privileges,