unfamiliar


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Synonyms for unfamiliar

unacquainted with

Synonyms

  • unacquainted with
  • a stranger to
  • unaccustomed to
  • inexperienced in
  • uninformed about
  • unversed in
  • uninitiated in
  • unskilled at
  • unpractised in
  • unconversant with

Antonyms

  • experienced in
  • familiar with
  • accustomed to
  • acquainted with
  • knowledgeable about
  • conversant with
  • well-versed in

Synonyms for unfamiliar

Antonyms for unfamiliar

not known or well known

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If participants had recently seen lots of unfamiliar faces, they were more likely to say that the face they were looking at was unfamiliar, even if they had seen the face several times before and had previously reported that they did recognise the face.
Over half (55%) of those who answer incoming calls from unfamiliar numbers say that if there was no delay or pause they would be more receptive to what the caller might have to say and/or more interested in hearing who s calling them from an unfamiliar number.
The explorer group consumed more familiar prey, while nonexplor-ers ate more unfamiliar bluegills, which were more valuable from a caloric standpoint.
The team trained a group of pigeons to recognize the difference between photographs of familiar and unfamiliar objects.
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When Devon finds himself in an unfamiliar room in an unfamiliar country, he realizes what type of person Lily is and what she is capable of.