It was bizarre, say students—even for a professor who gets off (excuse the pun) on controversy.
Some of these “religions” have beliefs and practices that border on the bizarre and disturbing.
The McDaniel campaign has already attracted national headlines for a series of bizarre incidents.
Sitting in my living room, watching the first episode, I felt the most bizarre sense of shock and sadness.
How Egan formed a friendship with North Korean officials such as Ambassador Han is a bizarre and improbable tale.
He leaned over the balustrade of stone near a squat vase holding a tropical plant of a bizarre shape.
Here it is the fantastic and the bizarre that hold the imagination captive.
This nose ornament does not seem absurd; on these dark skins the effect is almost as pleasing as it is bizarre.
No amount of solemnity could make such a statement other than bizarre.
Scarcely a word but evokes an image, a strange, bizarre image, often a complication of images.
1640s, from French 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 Italian bizarro "angry, fierce, irascible," from bizza "fit of anger."