Stange vs. Strange: What's the Difference?
Incorrect: Stange. Correct: Strange. Strange describes something unusual or surprising.
Which is correct: Stange or Strange
How to spell Strange?
Stange is Incorrect
Strange is Correct
Remember, strange has an "r" after the "st."
Associate strange with stranger; both have an "r."
Visualize the word "range" within strange.
Think of "strange" as "str" (start) + "ange" (angel without the 'l').
Remember, "strange" sounds like it has an "r," unlike "stange."
Stange and Strange Definitions
Stange is an incorrect spelling of Strange.
Not belonging to or characteristic of.
She felt strange in the new city.
Lacking familiarity or ordinary knowledge.
He was strange to their customs.
Not previously known; unfamiliar
Saw lots of strange faces at the reception.
Heard music that was strange to me.
Not of one's own or a particular locality, environment, or kind; not native
Came across a flower that was strange to the region.
Out of the ordinary or difficult to account for; unusual or peculiar
Events took a strange twist last week.
Reserved in manner; distant or cool
The once affable man slowly became strange to his friends.
Not comfortable or at ease
I felt strange and out of place at the party because I didn't know any of the guests.
Not accustomed or conditioned
She was strange to her new duties.
(Physics) Of, relating to, or exhibiting strangeness.
In a strange manner
He's been acting strange lately.
Not normal; odd, unusual, surprising, out of the ordinary.
He thought it strange that his girlfriend wore shorts in the winter.
Unfamiliar, not yet part of one's experience.
I moved to a strange town when I was ten.
Outside of one's current relationship; unfamiliar.
(particle physics) Having the quantum mechanical property of strangeness.
(math) Of an attractor: having a fractal structure.
(obsolete) Belonging to another country; foreign.
(obsolete) Reserved; distant in deportment.
(obsolete) Backward; slow.
(obsolete) Not familiar; unaccustomed; inexperienced.
(legal) Not belonging to one.
To alienate; to estrange.
To be estranged or alienated.
To wonder; to be astonished at (something).
Sex outside of one's current relationship.
Belonging to another country; foreign.
One of the strange queen's lords.
I do not contemn the knowledge of strange and divers tongues.
Of or pertaining to others; not one's own; not pertaining to one's self; not domestic.
So she, impatient her own faults to see,Turns from herself, and in strange things delights.
Not before known, heard, or seen; new.
Here is the hand and seal of the duke; you know the character, I doubt not; and the signet is not strange to you.
Not according to the common way; novel; odd; unusual; irregular; extraordinary; unnatural; queer.
Sated at length, erelong I might perceiveStrange alteration in me.
Reserved; distant in deportment.
She may be strange and shy at first, but will soon learn to love thee.
Who, loving the effect, would not be strangeIn favoring the cause.
Not familiar; unaccustomed; inexperienced.
In thy fortunes am unlearned and strange.
Strange! what extremes should thus preserve the snowHigh on the Alps, or in deep caves below.
Most strange, but yet most truly, will I speak.
To alienate; to estrange.
To be estranged or alienated.
To wonder; to be astonished.
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
Not known before;
Used many strange words
Saw many strange faces in the crowd
Don't let anyone unknown into the house
Not at ease or comfortable;
Felt strange among so many important people
Unusual or surprising in a way that is unsettling.
His strange behavior worried them.
Not previously visited, seen, or encountered.
They explored strange lands.
Different from what is usual or expected.
The sky had a strange color.
Which vowel is used before Strange?
The vowel "a" is used before "strange."
What is the root word of Strange?
The root is from Old French "estrange."
What is the pronunciation of Strange?
What is the verb form of Strange?
Strange doesn't have a direct verb form; it's an adjective.
Which conjunction is used with Strange?
Conjunctions like "and," "but," or "or" can be used.
Why is it called Strange?
It's called strange to describe something unusual or unfamiliar.
Which preposition is used with Strange?
Prepositions like "to" and "for" are used with "strange."
What is the plural form of Strange?
There is no plural form; it's an adjective.
Is Strange an adverb?
No, it's not an adverb.
Is Strange a negative or positive word?
It can be neutral, negative, or positive, depending on context.
What is the singular form of Strange?
Strange itself is the singular form.
Which article is used with Strange?
Articles like "the," "a," or "an" are used, depending on context.
Is Strange an abstract noun?
No, it's not a noun at all.
Is Strange a countable noun?
It's not a noun, so it's not countable.
Is the Strange term a metaphor?
It can be used metaphorically but isn't inherently a metaphor.
What is the opposite of Strange?
The opposite could be "normal" or "familiar."
What is the third form of Strange?
It doesn't have a third form.
Is Strange a vowel or consonant?
"Strange" is a word; it contains both vowels and consonants.
How do we divide Strange into syllables?
Divide as strange.
Is the word Strange is imperative?
No, as an adjective, it's not imperative.
How many syllables are in Strange?
There is one syllable.
What is a stressed syllable in Strange?
The entire word is stressed, as it's a single syllable.
What part of speech is Strange?
It's an adjective.
Which determiner is used with Strange?
Determiners like "the," "a," or "his/her" can be used with "strange."
What is the first form of Strange?
As an adjective, it doesn't have verb forms.
Is Strange a collective noun?
No, it's not a collective noun.
What is another term for Strange?
Another term could be "unusual" or "peculiar."
How is Strange used in a sentence?
"The strange noise in the night made her uneasy."
Is Strange a noun or adjective?
Strange is an adjective.
What is the second form of Strange?
It doesn't have a second form.
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