I'm a stranger here.
Why shouldn't truth be stranger than fiction? Fiction, after all, has to make sense.
A stranger asked the girl whether her father was at home or at his office.
There is a tendency for Japanese to want to know a certain amount of personal information about someone such as age, position and whether they are married or not, before they feel comfortable talking with a stranger.
I asked him to come with me, for I was a stranger in that part of the city.
Just before the wedding, the drunken father shouted at the groom: "I won't hand out my daughter to some stranger!"
My therapist told me to go to a bar and strike up a conversation with a complete stranger.
If a stranger on the street slapped me in the face, I'd kill him without warning.
You hear about a lot of incidents these days that would be hard to dream up. It really backs up the old saying that fact is stranger than fiction.
So. Having had all that done to him it would be stranger if he wasn't enraged.
A stranger tapped me on the shoulder from behind. He must have mistaken me for someone else.
I had an interesting talk with a stranger on the train to London.
Like other novelists, Walter Streeter was used to getting communications from strangers
He was a complete stranger to me. (On był dla mnie kompletnie obcy.) She doesn't let her children talk to strangers. (Ona nie pozwala swoim dzieciom rozmawiać z nieznajomymi.)
My friend is a great guy but he is so shy. You can't imagine how difficult it is for him to start a conversation with a stranger.
English word "främling"(stranger) occurs in sets:nouns 2 swedish