bizarre[ bih-zahr ]SEE DEFINITION OF bizarre
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BIZARRE
Here it is the fantastic and the bizarre that hold the imagination captive.
A gust of irresolution swayed all sorts of bizarre notions in his mind.
No amount of solemnity could make such a statement other than bizarre.
It seemed an incredible state of affairs, something too bizarre to last.
At least, they thought the bizarre figure was old Gurlone, from the size.
Both are equally selfish, and bizarre, and full of imagination.
But then I remind myself that the Russian ballet is nothing if not bizarre.
I wanted to surround myself with that, you know—to get the bizarre note into my work.
It's the bizarre, the dimly seen, the mysterious for good or evil.
That he—he should thus be bound up with things so black and bizarre!
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