Maybe something about these exclusive gatherings of world leaders brings out the strangeness in Sarkozy.
Waiting for a taxi, he breathed in the spicy, flaccid atmosphere of the city and felt the strangeness of things around him.
The myth is that the strangeness of On the Road comes from an off-the-cuff American style of “automatic writing.”
“Those pink, triangular houses are very much a symbol for strangeness,” said Pickwoad.
We feel their strangeness when we read their words—they lived on a plane where few dare to tread.
Then at last a sense of the strangeness of this scene rushed in a wave over the consciousness of the lonely dweller in the castle.
All that surrounds him—all that belongs to him, is strangeness and mystery!
We cannot envisage them unless we manage to invest them with some of the freshness which is due to strangeness.
But the strangeness and wonder were under the long eyelids, and in the woman's hands.
He exaggerated the "strangeness" of the conqueror's "purpose."
The property of containing a strange quark or antiquark. Strangeness is expressed in terms of an integer quantum number, -1 for each strange quark and +1 for each strange antiquark. Hadrons that possess strangeness are called strange. The total strangeness of a quantum system is unchanged by decay processes involving the strong or electromagnetic forces; however, decay through the weak force can change the total strangeness of the system. See also baryon number, isospin.