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bizarre -- as in: is bizarre
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Harry Potter (#7) and the Deathly Hallows
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  • The real Harry thought that this might just be the most bizarre thing he had ever seen, and he had seen some extremely odd things.
  • He felt a stab of revulsion mixed with a bizarre desire to laugh.
  • Hermione looked utterly bewildered, but to Harry’s enormous relief she accepted the bizarre turn of events without comment.
  • The flower sat there, opening and closing its petals, like some bizarre, many-lipped oyster.
  • A sign had risen out of the ground in front of them, up thorough the tangles of nettles and weeds, like some bizarre, fast-growing flower, and in golden letters upon the wood it said: On this spot, on this night of 31 October 1981, Lily and James Potter lost their lives.
  • Luna was not there: The thing that was making such a racket was a wooden object covered in magically turning cogs and wheels, It looked like the bizarre offspring of a workbench and a set of shelves, but after a moment Harry deduced that it was an old-fashioned printing press, due to the fact that it was churning out Quibblers.
  • He suppose he ought to be glad of it; anyone he came into contact with was in danger, Xenophilius’s attitude proved that. he turned away from the windows and his gaze fell upon another peculiar object standing upon the cluttered, curved slide board; a stone but of a beautiful but austere-looking witch wearing a most bizarre-looking headdress.

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  • The paparazzi love her bizarre outfits and behavior.
  • She won one of those bizarre contests designed by Guinness Book of World Records.

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