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Strange, bizarre. I think "mysterious" generally means anonomous, unknown, confusing, or something/one that not much is known about. So I think two good synonyms for meyterious are: obvious, or well-known.
Answer:_ Stranger and Strangest_ Explanation: Comparative form of the positive form of the word "Strange" why? it's because Comparative form u always add er ( not always )but since strange already has e we just put r then how about strange in Superlative form? u just add est ( not always ) but since strange already has e we simply just add st Hope It Helps!!!
It's a riddle inside an enigma wrapped in a mystery. It's a conundrum, a head scratcher, a poser. It could be concealed, encoded, cabalistic. It's unintelligible, Greek to me, written in runes
No, the word strange has one syllable.
The word strange is an adjective.No, it is both.
The correct spelling is mysterious (unknown, secretive, strange).
Try queer, mysterious, odd
suspiciousPuzzling, Strange, Peculiar, Inexplicable just to name a few.
The correct spelling is mysterious (unexplained, strange).
Synonyms for unknown are indefinite, mysterious, strange, unfamiliar, unheard of, nameless, and unidentified.mysterious
Can u be more specific in terms of language or reference point
Donald C. Wilson has written: 'Strange and Mysterious Visitors'
unusual, striking, strange, fascinating, mysterious, unfamiliar, foreign, alien, tropical, external
He says he is not well in health (that he is sick).
it is abour the landlady
The creators wanted a character and a mysterious one to so they made Harry potter and thought he was good enough and decided he got through and they wanted this film to be strange, mystical and mysterious.....:)
Paranormal HAS no suffix. Para is the prefix and Normal is the root word