0Vote up!adjective. conspicuously or grossly unconventional or unusual
I take exception to Frank Abate's use of the term bizarre in conjunction with the place name HumpTulips, Washington [XVIII,2].
Margaret Morrissey, of the pressure group Parents Aloud, said police should have informed parents in a series of meetings instead of a letter, which she described as "bizarre".
Staff grew accustomed to what they described as his "bizarre" behaviour.
But Hammerand urged jurors to reject what he called a "bizarre story."
Just three days before Le disappeared, Marasigan filed for a temporary restraining order against Esteban, citing what he described as her bizarre and threatening behavior against him and his family.
0Vote up!biz-are -> showBiz people are sometimes unusual and fantastic in behaviour