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bizarre
used in A Thousand Acres

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exceedingly odd or unusual
  • ONE BENEFIT, WHICH I HAVE LOST, Of a life where many things go unsaid, is that you don't have to remember things about yourself that are too bizarre to imagine.
    p. 305.1
  • My love, which I had always believed could transcend the physical, had failed, too—failed with Ty, failed with my children and Rose's, failed, in a bizarre way, with Daddy, who in his fashion loved Caroline and Rose but not me, failed with Jess Clark, and now had failed with Rose herself, who clearly understood how to reach past me, to put me aside, to take what she wanted and be glad of it.
    p. 307.8

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