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feel strange

To feel uneasy or unwell. If you're feeling strange, why don't you sit down?
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feel ˈstrange

not feel comfortable in a situation; have an unpleasant physical feeling: She felt strange sitting at her father’s desk.It was terribly hot and I started to feel strange.
See also: feel, strange
References in classic literature ?
Rubelle, with the object of kindly preventing her from feeling strange and nervous in consequence of the uncertainty of her situation.
However, after my last surgery, I started feeling strange and it has been pretty scary for a while.
Mr Carter's friends described "feeling strange" after taking the cocaine which left them feeling "heavy" and "drowsy" before they all fell asleep.
I said: "Doesn't she look like me", and my father-in-law said: "It is you, don't you recognise yourself?" I woke up feeling strange. What did it mean?
FORMER Rangers boss Walter Smith will sit in the stand at Ibrox today still feeling strange he isn't involved in the heat of Old Firm battle.
* feeling strange, scared, or anxious and not knowing why