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bizarrely

Syllabification: bi·zarre·ly

Definition of bizarrely in English:

adverb

1In a very strange or unusual manner: bizarrely attired musicians
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.
1.1 [sentence adverb] Used to express the opinion that something is very strange or unusual: bizarrely enough, he began to trust his abductors
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  • They were different pitchers in different eras with different styles and, bizarrely enough, divergent reputations.
  • The title character is an imp brought into our world by an experiment overseen, bizarrely enough, by Rasputin.
  • I must admit, running has actually kind of grown on me, bizarrely enough.

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