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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.
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