bizarre

01. The movie we rented last night was really [bizarre] and difficult to follow.
02. There was a really [bizarre] guy on the bus this morning. I think he must have been on drugs or something.
03. The woman was dressed [bizarrely] in a mixture of punk clothing and formal wear.
04. I read this really [bizarre] book about a guy that connected his brain to a computer, and could enter people's dreams.
05. In the second stage of culture shock, people often find the customs of the new country to be [bizarre] and disagreeable.
06. It's so [bizarre] that one day my boyfriend wants to break up, and then a week later he tells me he wants to marry me.
07. I don't like his paintings. They're always these [bizarre] pictures of people being tortured or sexually assaulted while people stand around watching.
08. David Gerrold once said, "Of course life is [bizarre], the more [bizarre] it gets, the more interesting it is. The only way to approach it is to make yourself some popcorn, and enjoy the show."
09. Kids these days look so [bizarre] with their tattoos, piercings, and weird clothes.
10. People from Mars look kind of [bizarre] with their five eyes, one leg and two heads, but they are quite friendly once you get to know them.
11. Margaret's behavior was extremely [bizarre], and no one could understand her.
12. Students' justifications for handing assignments in late range from the [bizarre] to the hilarious.
13. The Australian continent contains some of the most [bizarre] animals known to science, such as the platypus, which looks like a cross between a beaver and a duck.
14. The old man was hospitalized after he began to behave in a very [bizarre] and frightening manner.
15. The alien was a [bizarre] looking creature with two heads and numerous legs.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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  • Bizarre — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Bizarre Archivo:Bizarre band.jpg Bizarre, 2006 Información personal Origen Blanes …   Wikipedia Español

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  • bizarre — BIZARRE. adj. des 2 g. Fantasque, extravagant, capricieux. Un esprit bizarre. Avoir l humeur bizarre. Sentimens bizarres. Opinions bizarres. [b]f♛/b] Il signifie aussi, Extraordinaire, hors de l usage commun. Couleur bizarre, Poil bizarre.… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798

  • bizarre — BIZARRE, Bigearre. adj. de tout genre, Fantasque, extravagant, capricieux. Un esprit bizarre. un homme bigearre. il a l humeur bizarre. sentiments, opinions bizarres. Il signifie aussi fig. Extraordinaire & hors de l usage commun. Couleur bizarre …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • Bizarre — Bi*zarre , a. [F. bizarre odd, fr. Sp. bizarro gallant, brave, liberal, prob. of Basque origin; cf. Basque bizarra beard, whence the meaning manly, brave.] Odd in manner or appearance; fantastic; whimsical; extravagant; grotesque. C. Kingsley.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • bizarre — (adj.) 1640s, from Fr. 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 It.… …   Etymology dictionary

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