Synsets for "unaccustomed"

Synset: unaccustomed.a.01

Synonyms: unaccustomed

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE

Definition: not habituated to; unfamiliar with

Examples: unaccustomed to wearing suits

Lemmas: unaccustomed

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Antonyms: accustomed

    

Synset: unaccustomed.s.02

Synonyms: unaccustomed

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: not customary or usual

Examples: an unaccustomed pleasure | many varieties of unaccustomed foods | a new budget of unaccustomed austerity

Lemmas: unaccustomed

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Panner disease Little leaguers' elbow in seen in new league players with unaccustomed throwing, which causes partial avulsion of the medial epicondyle.
Unaccustomed As We Are Unaccustomed As We Are is the first sound comedy short film starring Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy released on May 4, 1929.
The Bohemian Girl (1936 film) Thelma Todd had starred in four Laurel and Hardy films, including their first talkie, "Unaccustomed As We Are".
Unaccustomed As We Are "Unaccustomed As We Are" is notable for being Laurel and Hardy's first sound film (the title was drawn from the popular cliché "Unaccustomed as I am to public speaking ..."). The soundtrack was lost for 50 years until it was traced on disc in the late 1970s. A silent version, with intertitles, was also released, as well as a Victor disc International Sound Version (featuring a synchronized music score and sound effects).
Delayed onset muscle soreness Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS), also called muscle fever, is the pain and stiffness felt in muscles several hours to days after unaccustomed or strenuous exercise.
Muhammad Ali's seizure of power A remnant of the Mamluks fled to Nubia, and a tranquility was restored to Egypt to which it had long been unaccustomed.
Frank O'Connor International Short Story Award In 2008 there was no shortlist, as the judges considered the winning book, "Unaccustomed Earth" by Jhumpa Lahiri, as being superior to other books on the longlist.
Jhumpa Lahiri Lahiri's second collection of short stories, "Unaccustomed Earth", was released on April 1, 2008. Upon its publication, "Unaccustomed Earth" achieved the rare distinction of debuting at number 1 on "The New York Times" best seller list. "New York Times Book Review" editor, Dwight Garner, stated, "It’s hard to remember the last genuinely serious, well-written work of fiction—particularly a book of stories—that leapt straight to No. 1; it’s a powerful demonstration of Lahiri’s newfound commercial clout."
Unaccustomed Earth Unaccustomed Earth is a collection of short stories from Pulitzer Prize winning author Jhumpa Lahiri. This is her second collection of stories, the first being the Pulitzer-winning "Interpreter of Maladies". As with much of Lahiri's work, "Unaccustomed Earth" considers the lives of Indian American characters and how they deal with their mixed cultural environment. It made number one on the "New York Times Book Review" list of "10 Best Books of 2008" as chosen by the paper's editors. It also won the 2008 Frank O'Connor International Short Story Award.
Gateshead Fell The Fell, and particularly the turnpike road, had, in spite of its natural beauty, earned itself a reputation as something of a haven for neer-do-wells and a place of considerable danger for those unaccustomed to it.
Pusher (tennis) Playing pushers, especially in the lower levels of competition, can be difficult for players unaccustomed to their style. However, there are several counter-strategies players use to defeat pushers.
Jean Racine In his essay, "The Theatre and Cruelty", Antonin Artaud claimed that 'the misdeeds of the psychological theater descended from Racine have made us unaccustomed to that immediate and violent action which the theater should possess' (p. 84).
Srinivasa Ramanujan Mr. Ramanujan's methods were so terse and novel and his presentation so lacking in clearness and precision, that the ordinary [mathematical reader], unaccustomed to such intellectual gymnastics, could hardly follow him.
Tennis elbow Other speculative risk factors for lateral epicondylitis include taking up tennis later in life, unaccustomed strenuous activity, decreased mental chronometry and speed and repetitive eccentric contraction of muscle (controlled lengthening of a muscle group).
Damian Marley With the backing of his father's label, Tuff Gong, he released his 1996 debut album "Mr. Marley" which surprised many who were unaccustomed to hearing a Marley deejaying rather than singing.
New Zealand land confiscations Confiscations in Taranaki left many "hapu" with nothing of their own to live on, forcing them to become squatters on Crown land and driving them to unaccustomed levels of desperation.
Delayed onset muscle soreness After performing an unaccustomed eccentric exercise and exhibiting severe soreness, the muscle rapidly adapts to reduce further damage from the same exercise. This is called the "repeated-bout effect".
Yaa Gyasi Gyasi cites Toni Morrison ("Song of Solomon"), Gabriel García Márquez ("One Hundred Years of Solitude"), James Baldwin ("Go Tell It on the Mountain"), Edward P. Jones ("Lost in the City"), and Jhumpa Lahiri ("Unaccustomed Earth") as inspirations.
Surgical mask The U.S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides information on manufacturers' products, and the importance of correct fitting of such masks (respirators). A printable factsheet has been designed for issue to those unaccustomed to respirator use.