Learner's definition of STRANGE
[also more strange; most strange]
1 : different from what is usual, normal, or expected
Does his behavior seem strange to you?
Truth is sometimes stranger than fiction.
That is one of the strangest creatures I have ever seen.
What a strange-looking animal.
There was something strange [=peculiar] about his new friend.
She got a strange [=weird] feeling when the phone rang.
He gave me a strange look.
Strange as it may seem, I don't like walking barefoot on the grass.
It's strange that nobody told me about this before.
It's strange [=surprising] how quickly a person's opinion can change.
It is strange (that) he would leave town and not tell anybody.
That's strange. He was here a minute ago.
The strange thing is that nobody saw him enter or leave the building.
A strange [=funny] thing happened to me on my way home.
For some strange reason, we thought you weren't coming. [=it is strange that we thought you weren't coming]
Strange to say [=strangely], I was thinking the same thing.
2 : not known, heard, or seen before 3 not used before a noun : not entirely comfortable or well
He felt strange being the boss of people who were as old as his parents.
My stomach feels a little strange.
I began to feel strange, and then I fainted.