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What is the opposite of usual?

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Adjective
Opposite of of the most normal, frequent, or regular type
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Opposite of used or accepted broadly
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Opposite of long-established and unlikely to change
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Opposite of well-known or long established
“The obscure reference to a bygone era was as mysterious as it was intriguing.”
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Opposite of fixed or arranged in advance
“They may trap you for several years on a variable rate which could prove expensive in the long run.”
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Opposite of used, done, or happening on a habitual basis
“Sometimes my usual hairstylist goes on vacation, and I have to resort to my backup hairdresser.”
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Opposite of occurring regularly or recurrently
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Opposite of behaving in a regular manner
“After almost an hour and a half had passed an unexpected electronic bleep disturbed the silence.”
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Opposite of elegantly and stylishly fashionable
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Opposite of usual for or appropriate to a particular season of the year
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Opposite of not special or different in any way
“We were loved and cherished by extraordinary teachers, with whom I remained friends with in later life.”
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Opposite of currently popular or in demand
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Opposite of socially acceptable
“I also let him know that lying was a totally unacceptable thing to do.”
Adjective
Opposite of causing one to feel bored
“The Shoin Building, a noble summer house constructed in Japan and reassembled on the island, allows for some interesting viewing.”
Adjective
Opposite of held by, or applicable to, a majority of the people in an area or country
“It may be an unpopular opinion, but I think that summer is by far the worst season of the four.”
Adjective
(colloquial) Opposite of used as an intensifier, especially in derogatory contexts
“Admittedly, I was a partial supporter of his philosophies, up until the point where he was exposed as a fraud.”
Noun
Opposite of a standard or pattern that is typical or expected
“His campaign would be a debacle, and he would be driven from one extremity to another.”
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