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bizarre
used in Sycamore Row

6 uses
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Definition
exceedingly odd or unusual
  • The witnesses are in general agreement that he seemed like himself, nothing bizarre or strange.
    p. 346.7
  • Interesting, bizarre, tragic, but Jake found it difficult to have any concern for a man he'd never met.
    p. 17.3
  • Add to the usual frenzy the bizarre suicide of a mysterious man, and the cluttered outer office was especially busy that Monday morning.
    p. 33.5
  • The following day, Sistrunk and Buckley filed another motion asking Judge Atlee to remove himself on the vague, bizarre grounds that he held some sort of bias against the handwritten will.
    p. 208.7
  • He established that Lettie drove the Cadillac on that day only; she rarely saw pill bottles or drugs around the house; she suspected he kept his meds in his briefcase; at times he was in severe pain; he never talked about suicide; she never witnessed bizarre behavior that would suggest he was under the influence of medications; he was not a drinker but occasionally kept a few beers in the refrigerator; and he kept a desk in his bedroom but almost never worked at home.
    p. 300.3
  • The thought of adding alcohol to such a comfort beverage seemed almost bizarre, but then Portia had long since realized that Lucien had never seen a drink that could not be improved with a shot or two of booze.
    p. 358.3

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