1: not usual or common or ordinary;
"a scene of unusual beauty";
"a man of unusual ability"; "an unusual meteorite"
[ant: usual] 2: being definitely out
of the ordinary and unexpected; slightly odd or
even a bit weird; "a strange exaltation
that was indefinable"; "a strange
fantastical mind"; "what a strange sense of humor she has" [syn: strange] [ant: familiar] 3: not commonly
encountered; "two-career families are no longer unusual"
strange:strangeness or peculiarity
YES I KNOW WHAT A STRANGE WORD..
WE WILL SEE IN THE SPIRITUAL,
UNUSUAL AWAKENINGS THROUGH THE FALL 2005
OH HOW EXCITING!
KIM KRAEMER firstname.lastname@example.org www.jmiprophet.org
- To awake; waken. See Usage Note at wake1.
- To cease to sleep; become awake: overslept
and woke late.
- To stay awake: Bears wake for
spring, summer, and fall and hibernate for the winter.
- To be brought into a state of awareness
or alertness: suddenly woke to the danger we were in.
- To keep watch or guard, especially over a corpse.
- v. tr.
- To rouse from sleep; awaken.
- To stir, as from a dormant or inactive condition;
rouse: wake old animosities.
- To make aware of; alert: The shocking
revelations finally woke me to the facts of the matter.
- To keep a vigil over.
- To hold a wake over.
- A watch; a vigil.
- A watch over the body of a deceased person before
burial, sometimes accompanied by festivity. Also called viewing.
- wakes (used with a sing. or pl. verb)
- A parish festival held annually, often in
honor of a patron saint.
- An annual vacation.