bizarre bizarre  /bə ˈzɑr/


  • (adj) conspicuously or grossly unconventional or unusual


  1. Paul Wunderlich by any other name would be extraordinary, but the fact that in German wunderlich means strange, wondrous, bizarre is a stroke of poetic justice.
  2. Even more bizarre is the fact that it might work.
  3. All right, the subjects are often lurid and even bizarre.


  1. Bizarre Call to 911

    (Riverton) – In one of the more bizarre calls to the Fremont County Emergency Dispatch Center is a report from yesterday that a woman at a home in the Gardens North area outside Riverton was ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Riverton Radio

  2. Bizarre blotter: Man charged with rape claims he was trying to save woman and other bizarre crimes

    Bizarre blotter
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Oneida Daily Dispatch

  3. Bizarre Series of Crimes Committed by Half Naked Lake Charles Man

    A Lake Charles man was arrested after he behaved in a bizarre way while committing several crimes. What's more, he was reportedly "half naked."
    on June 12, 2013     Source: NBC 10 - FOX 14 Monroe


  1. "I'ma little out of shape, compared to the other guys," said Favre, who winked while saying he looked forward to his first conditioning test with the Jets. "The last 24 hours have been crazy. This offseason has been bizarre. But I'm excited...
    on Aug 7, 2008 By: Brett Favre Source: International Herald Tribune

  2. "Obviously being in the news a month ago was bizarre," Crane said. "Someone made some stuff up that I said something about Tiger, which I didn't. Now to be in the news again, obviously my name keeps popping up, it's obviously good to be on a...
    on Feb 1, 2010 By: Ben Crane Source: Irish Times

  3. "A good actor or musician can get away with some pretty bizarre stuff offstage as long as they keep delivering the goods in their focal profession," Smith said.
    on Jan 28, 2008 By: Daniel Smith Source: Forbes

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