Yet deficit hawks, bizarrely, want us to cut government spending.
bizarrely, the speech made no mention of the just-ended Hamas rocket war against Israel.
Campaign staffers recall Plouffe as cool, calm and even, says one, "bizarrely stoic."
A brutal renegade Taliban militia says they interrogated, then killed, the Indian author, bizarrely claiming she was a spy.
Finally and bizarrely, some of the most committable readers accuse me of being a neo-conservative or a neo-liberal or both.
Within weeks, a handful of Ahmadinejad's allies had been arrested and—bizarrely—accused of being “exorcists and sorcerers.”
Either he knew he was going down or was bizarrely disillusioned.
The color of hers was completely masked by a bizarrely spectacular overlay of designs done in semi-indelible, multi-colored dyes.
To the school of mechanics to which Kirchhoff belongs, he opposes that which he bizarrely calls the school of the thread.
I can't tell you how bizarrely those half-fabulous names fell from Signet's lips in the turquoise and gold of the afternoon.
1640s, from French bizarre "odd, fantastic" (16c.), originally "handsome, brave," perhaps from Basque bizar "a beard" (the notion being of bearded Spanish soldiers making a strange impression on the French); alternative etymology traces it to Italian bizarro "angry, fierce, irascible," from bizza "fit of anger."