Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
OF. estrangier, F. étranger,. See Strange
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
O. Fr. estrange (Fr. étrange)—L. extraneus—extra, beyond.
He changed his place, but the glance of the stranger followed him.
"Traditions of Lancashire, Volume 2 (of 2)" by John Roby
The portrait was almost his friend; the living woman was a stranger.
"The Kingdom Round the Corner" by Coningsby Dawson
To her relief the stranger did not presume on the service he had rendered.
"Desert Conquest" by A. M. Chisholm
Then the Grebbys' return from their marketing, to welcome the stranger whom Eleanor proudly introduces.
"When the Birds Begin to Sing" by Winifred Graham
Telemachus now recognizes that the stranger was a divinity.
"Homer's Odyssey" by Denton J. Snider
I will be back soon; so have the bed ready for the wounded stranger.
"The Witch of Salem" by John R. Musick
Jim flushed with embarrassment as he and the stranger came back to the others.
"Jim Spurling, Fisherman" by Albert Walter Tolman
It was not even safe to cross the land of a stranger.
"The Later Cave-Men" by Katharine Elizabeth Dopp
For the stranger knight is the widow's son!
"Fairy Tales of Hans Christian Andersen" by Hans Christian Andersen
That gives Mime the idea that these strangers must be of the great.
"The Wagnerian Romances" by Gertrude Hall
We met--he was a stranger,
His foot was free to roam;
I was a simple maiden,
Who had never left my home.
"First Love" by Nora Pembroke
Didn't know Flynn,--
Flynn of Virginia,--
Long as he's been 'yar?
Look 'ee here, stranger,
Whar HEV you been?
"In The Tunnel" by Francis Bret Harte
I am a stranger in the land;
It gives no welcome dear;
Its lilies bloom not for my hand,
Its roses for my cheer.
"The Disciple" by George MacDonald
I gaz'd, until, oh! thought divine!
I fancied she I saw was mine;
But soon the beauteous vision flew—
The stranger-form I lov'd withdrew.
"Lines Upom Seeing----" by Sir John Carr
Cleopas thus answered, "A stranger art thou
In Jerusalem, not knowing the things happening there?"
"What things?" asked the stranger, desiring now
Their lips should disclose what had caused their despair.
"The Travellers" by Nancy Rebecca Campbell Glass
We’re strangers two to two, and each unto the other three—
I do not know the lady and I don’t think she knows me.
We’re strangers to each other here, and to the other two,
And they themselves are strangers yet, if all we hear is true.
"The King and Queen and I" by Henry Lawson
You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger, Hereafter .
Three strangers are wrestling with death.
Augusten Burroughs's truth is undoubtedly stranger than most people's fiction, and few writers ride the line between tragedy and comedy so gracefully.
Bobby Alloway is no stranger to hot rodding or building award-winning cars.
Man abandons dog on mountain, strangers hike up to rescue it.
Following Hurricane Sandy, New Yorkers offer rides to strangers in order to cross bridges.
A strange terrorism case gets even stranger.
Paris Hilton is no stranger to controversy and scandal, but now the socialite has managed to upset an entire religion.
Restaurant depends on kindness of strangers.
Doctors credit swift action from strangers for saving Eric Quinn.
A hug is usually a good thing, but when it comes from a stranger.
For a Bay Area research team, finding strangers lurking in the human body is a lot like detective work.
Clarke County Schools Superintendent Philip Lanoue is no stranger to the benefits of quality education.
We know that Manic Panic's no stranger to wild beauty techniques.
Alan and Rose Whittington are no strangers to junk mail .
An even stranger example is shown in Figure 1.
Problems on the geometry of finitely generated solvable groups
Because people at parties tend to cluster in groups of ﬁve, we consider a party to be imperfect if there are ﬁve people who are mutual acquaintances, or ﬁve who are mutual strangers. A perfect party is one which is not imperfect.
Uses of randomness in computation
It is clear that ℓ1 ⊂ (ℓ∞ )′ but (ℓ∞ )′ also contains “stranger” ob jects.
Axioms for Rational Reinforcement Learning
It seems to me that the new formulation of QM should somehow automatically take the underlying structures into account, at least there should be such possibility. I am not clear how to ’unify’ the two approaches as I am a stranger to this new formulation of QM.
On the underlying theory approach for quantum theories
Hall was no stranger to Hedlund. A paper by Hall and Kelley [HK41] which appears in Hedlund’s bibliography to [Hed44], was published in 1941, based on a presentation to the American Mathematical Society in September 1939.
On the genesis of symbolic dynamics as we know it