unfamiliar with

  1. having little or no knowledge of
    unacquainted with city ways
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  • So again if you're unfamiliar with this yarn and needle arrangement, start by knitting stripes in full needle rib.
  • She seemed unfamiliar with the concept that everyone should have an equal opportunity.
  • A cat less agile than the rest of his species had been known to entangle himself in the little swing window, and to hang there all the night, sending forth unearthly caterwaulings, to the unspeakable terror of Miss Wendover's guest, unfamiliar with the mechanism of the room, and wondering what breed of Hampshire demon or afrit was thus making night hideous. The Golden Calf
  • With her long black skirt and fruit and flower bedecked hat she looked every inch the children's nanny and as a nursery teacher in real life it's a role she is not entirely unfamiliar with.
  • Those unfamiliar with the term "intersex" may still recognize the term "hermaphrodite" -- a single human possessing both male and female genitalia -- which is one variety of intersexuality. The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com
  • She speaks no Japanese and is unfamiliar with Japanese culture.
  • Line editing also known as copyediting is all about clarity and presentation, and is thus a great choice for a writer unfamiliar with the norms of submission or in question about grammar. Author! Author! » 2008 » December
  • Those unfamiliar with these significant changes in institutional wealth, selectivity, student quality, and academic research will benefit greatly from this book.
  • People who are unfamiliar with keyboards could choose instead to interact with the computer using their normal handwriting.
  • Most people unfamiliar with my work imagine that anyone with the nickname of "Susie Sexpert" must be an id-centric airhead, a happy but too-dim nympho. Susie Bright: The Terrible Secret of Women's Memoirs: Kill the Cookie
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