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Strange, but true: bizarre is a word with a debated and murky background. Facing removal from a House committee for her elevation of various bizarre conspiracy theories, Greene spoke for 10 minutes Thursday in an effort to distance herself from those comments. I loved how strange it was that each body was different, each family was different, and that America has this completely bizarre relationship with death.
I think most people in the country think that it is bizarre. In a bizarre matchup, the Pirates of the Caribbean actor came for the year-old singer this past July in Ibiza. And likewise the Easter bunny, a bizarre pagan myth if ever one there was. Both heroines are women, but they offer a pretty bizarre dichotomy for girls: Ice queen or ditzy princess. Grenci said of being introduced to the subculture in He had a rare gift of inventing words and phrases, and all sorts of bizarre expressions, that linger in the mind.
Several small kiosks at the corners and sides of the terrace give to the whole a somewhat bizarre though tasty appearance. The innocent creature was sound asleep at the foot of a stand loaded with vases of bizarre form.
Yet in the choice of words, one may search for the bizarre and unusual rather than for the truly picturesque. Among these wretches, almost wholly in tatters, some were seen in bizarre accoutrement.
New Word List Word List. Save This Word! See synonyms for bizarre on Thesaurus. Compete in our Olympics quiz to see if you can take home the gold medal in Olympics knowledge. Bizarre means markedly unusual or extraordinarily strange, sometimes whimsically so: bizarre costumes for Mardi Gras; bizarre behavior.
Fantastic suggests a wild lack of restraint, a fancifulness so extreme as to lose touch with reality: a fantastic scheme for a series of space cities. Grotesque implies shocking distortion or incongruity, sometimes ludicrous, more often pitiful or tragic: a grotesque mixture of human and animal features; grotesque contrast between the forced smile and sad eyes: a gnarled tree suggesting the figure of a grotesque human being. Weird refers to that which is mysterious and apparently outside natural law, hence supernatural or uncanny: the weird adventures of a group lost in the jungle; a weird and ghostly apparition.
From there it was thought to have been adopted by the French, who liked the word but apparently did not attribute the same heroic qualities to the bearded man. The film is a successor to the film Mondo Cane, originator of the exploitation documentary genre. Released in First aired in on the Travel Channel. Quotations related to bizarre "Good evening. I'm Mr. Mike, inviting you to come with me into a world where the bizarre is commonplace and the commonplace bizarre. Words nearby bizarre BiwabiweeklybiyearlyBiyskbizbizarrebizarrerieBizerteBizetBizet, Georgesbizonal.
Words related to bizarre unusualridiculousfreakishludicrousgrotesquefantasticoffbeatextraordinaryoutlandishcuriousweirdoddpeculiarcomicalcampeccentricfar-outoddballoff the wallqueer. How to use bizarre in a sentence Facing removal from a House committee for her elevation of various bizarre conspiracy theories, Greene spoke for 10 minutes Thursday in an effort to distance herself from those comments.
Greene brings her embrace of false claims back to levels acceptable for her caucus Philip Bump February 4, Washington Post. How to Be Better at Death Ep. English: Composition and Literature W. William Franklin Webster. Derived forms of bizarre bizarrelyadverb bizarrenessnoun. Word Origin for bizarre C from French: from Italian bizzarro capricious, of uncertain origin.Really need some strange
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