Adjective(1) unusual or unfamiliar
(1) Colin Bell, back on the ground where he first made his mark in soccer, limped through the game in an unaccustomed centre half role, but still had the skill to control a ball and make good use of the possession.(2) Even Ryan Giggs, especially Ryan Giggs, felt a long way from home, hearing the unaccustomed sound of jeering in his first foray down the patch of turf he knows as well as his back garden.(3) Mark Dempsie was given the central role in the back three, while Hibs' stretched resources meant an unaccustomed beat for Mathias Jack on the wide left of midfield.(4) Others, such as the knitwear designer Edmund McNulty, take the opportunity to revel in an unaccustomed freedom from commercial considerations.(5) World Cup winner Roff, 25, last played sevens in Hong Kong in 1995 and made an immediate impact, playing in the unaccustomed role of prop.(6) Ministers have grown used to preening themselves over Britain's unaccustomed role last year as the fastest grower among the Group of Seven leading world economies.(7) I took the opportunity of peering at his shed while hanging out the washing in the unaccustomed sunshine.(8) But he confesses to grave and unaccustomed doubts about coming to Glasgow when he received the call from his old international team boss, because he did not want to let him down.(9) The violinist, Ma, plays the opening bars of a Mozart sonata, and the unaccustomed cadences and harmonies of classical western melody are like strange birdsong.(10) Unreasonable politics and unreliable infrastructure are not however what worry the Khonoma village elders as much as the unaccustomed attention.(11) Gummo Trotsky, possibly inspired by last week's story of his unaccustomed silence, has now turned his coyness into 34 comments.(12) They were among the tens of thousands of people forced out of the Gulf Coast and into unaccustomed holding places where no one knew quite what to make of them.(13) The likely solution could be to give David Sommeil his Premiership start of the season, either in an unaccustomed left back role or in his preferred central defensive role.(14) Mr Brewer said: ├ö├ç├┐At home she has to share an apartment with a married couple, so to have a room of her own to sleep in is an unaccustomed luxury.├ö├ç├û(15) Two hundred and fifty crew members are spread across two resorts, and the bars and restaurants of the Vanuatu capital have an unaccustomed buzz.(16) She is trying to understand her new awakening and is shocked and thrilled by the unusual and unaccustomed nature of her desires.
1. unused to ::
heb ei ddefnyddio i
2. new to ::
3. fresh to ::
4. unfamiliar with ::
5. inexperienced in ::
6. unconversant with ::
7. unacquainted with ::
1. accustomed ::
2. adapted ::
3. adjusted ::
4. used ::
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Impossible as it seems, there was a time
when I was UNACCUSTOMED to wine.
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 9
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