Unfamiliarity sentence example

unfamiliarity
  • This can often lead to feelings of discomfort or unfamiliarity.
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  • Anyone who saw Hendrix's performance at Woodstock was sure to remember it; he reportedly played a two-hour set despite his band's fatigue at being up all night and unfamiliarity in playing such a huge venue.
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  • Using a scoring system that included the reality and unfamiliarity levels of fantasy play, researchers found players who scored high had higher self-ratings of peer acceptance than did average scoring fantasy players.
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  • These are more than just a matter of unfamiliarity or a so-called ' yuk reaction '.
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