bizarrely
adverb see bizarre I

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • bizarrely — bi|zarre|ly [ bı zarli ] adverb in a strange way that is difficult to explain: bizarrely dressed/costumed a. used for emphasizing that you think something is strange: Bizarrely, the survey reveals that six in ten adults believe in aliens …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • bizarrely — UK [bɪˈzɑː(r)lɪ] / US [bɪˈzɑrlɪ] adverb a) in a strange way that is difficult to explain bizarrely dressed b) used for emphasizing that you think something is strange Bizarrely, the survey reveals that six out of ten adults believe in aliens …   English dictionary

  • bizarrely — bizarre ► ADJECTIVE ▪ strange; unusual. DERIVATIVES bizarrely adverb bizarreness noun. ORIGIN French, from Italian bizzarro angry …   English terms dictionary

  • bizarrely — See bizarre. * * * …   Universalium

  • bizarrely — adverb In a bizarre manner …   Wiktionary

  • bizarrely — adv. in a strange and unusual manner, grotesquely, outlandishly …   English contemporary dictionary

  • bizarrely — bi·zarre·ly …   English syllables

  • bizarrely — adv strangely, oddly, curiously, weirdly, unusually, peculiarly, outlandishly, ludicrously, freakishly, abnormally, unconventionally, ridiculously, comically, extravagantly ≠ normally …   Useful english dictionary

  • bizarre — bizarrely, adv. bizarreness, n. /bi zahr /, adj. markedly unusual in appearance, style, or general character and often involving incongruous or unexpected elements; outrageously or whimsically strange; odd: bizarre clothing; bizarre behavior.… …   Universalium

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