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Nonvanilla vs. Unusual

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Nonvanillaadjective

Not vanilla (standard or mundane, especially of sexual activity); unusual or kinky.

Unusualadjective

Not usual, out of the ordinary

‘Every once in a while, though, Idol comes across an unusual talent who just blows everyone away.’; ‘It’s definitely not unusual for a couple to meet through friends or be set up on a date.’; ‘His behavior was unusual in that it was considered childish for a man of his age.’; ‘I’ve had no problem with female docs. I’ve had some – how should I say it – unusual experiences with a couple of male ones. And I have heard from girlfriends about their unusual experiences as well.’;

Unusualnoun

Something that is unusual; an anomaly.

Unusualadjective

Not usual; uncommon; rare; as, an unusual season; a person of unusual grace or erudition.

Unusualadjective

not usual or common or ordinary;

‘a scene of unusual beauty’; ‘a man of unusual ability’; ‘cruel and unusual punishment’; ‘an unusual meteorite’;

Unusualadjective

being definitely out of the ordinary and unexpected; slightly odd or even a bit weird;

‘a strange exaltation that was indefinable’; ‘a strange fantastical mind’; ‘what a strange sense of humor she has’;

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Unusualadjective

not commonly encountered;

‘two-career families are no longer unusual’;

Unusualadjective

not habitually or commonly occurring or done

‘it was unusual for Dennis to be late’; ‘the government has taken the unusual step of calling home its ambassador’;

Unusualadjective

remarkable or interesting because different from or better than others

‘a man of unusual talent’;

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