Definition of bizarre in English:

bizarre

Line breaks: bi|zarre
Pronunciation: /bɪˈzɑː
 
/

adjective

Derivatives

bizarrely

adverb
[sentence adverb]: bizarrely, he doesn’t like desserts
More example sentences
  • The professor has analyzed a radical hydrocarbon that contains no transition metal but behaves bizarrely, as he explains.
  • I heard him say to mother that you must have behaved so bizarrely because you were ill.
  • Cornered in the exact positions where our tyranny of silence was instigated, we bizarrely began having an everyday discussion about the weather.

bizarreness

noun
More example sentences
  • Gotta love those moments of total bizarreness.
  • And part of me does; I love the bizarreness of human nature.
  • This unusual non sequitur represents the high point of bizarreness in this collection of sketches.

Origin

mid 17th century: from French, from Italian bizzarro 'angry', of unknown origin.

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