bizarreness[ bih-zahr ]SEE DEFINITION OF bizarreness
Synonyms for bizarreness
- conversation piece
Antonyms for bizarreness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BIZARRENESS
He was in mufti, which, as was frequently the case with him, was not without a certain element of bizarreness.
1640s, from French bizarre "odd, fantastic" (16c.), originally "handsome, brave," perhaps from Basque bizar "a beard" (the notion being of bearded Spanish soldiers making a strange impression on the French); alternative etymology traces it to Italian bizarro "angry, fierce, irascible," from bizza "fit of anger."