Mr. Clark was a tall slender person, with glasses and an aspect of unfamiliarity with a blast-furnace environment.
It had not taken them half an hour to bridge over the gap of unfamiliarity.
What wonder, then, that they were at first almost repelled by the strangeness and unfamiliarity of their new surroundings!
The unfamiliarity, even horror, of the situation can be imagined.
His unfamiliarity was not surprising; he had little acquaintance with the stock market.
I think that this unfamiliarity with armchair life is a misfortune.
Or, as Aristotle had said long before, there must be "a certain admixture of unfamiliarity," a continual slight novelty.
The sense of unfamiliarity grew upon me as I stood there watching.
It was, of course, some inane misunderstanding, and sprang from my unfamiliarity with the language.
I have remarked upon the unfamiliarity of modern students of theology with Peignot's term thologie positive.